Selco Builders Warehouse has helped Bewsey Lodge Primary School convert its conservatory into a classroom.
The merchant, which has a branch on Milner Street in Warrington, provided the materials for the conversion, including building sand, board adhesive, plasterboard and skim bead.
Vicki Leach, teach and PTA chair of Bewsey Lodge, said: “We have had new pupils start at the school recently taking our total up to 370 and that, coupled with the requirements to provide small breakout areas to meet the needs of some pupils, meant we needed more classroom space.
“That brings with it its own challenges when it comes to funding so the support of Self has been crucial and our huge thanks goes to them.”
Selco’s 75 UK branches are firmly focused on helping tradespeople complete their jobs as quickly and effectively as possible.
Paul Birtles, manager of Selco Warrington, said: “Bewsey Lodge Primary School is less than a mile from our branch and we have a number of customers and colleagues who have children who attend there.
“Being able to make a donation which will help the school extend vital education provision will benefit the local community and that is something we are always keen to do at Selco.”