David Wilson Homes has recently teamed up with Wokingham Borough Council to provide Olympics-themed crosswords to hundreds of pupils at a secondary school in Wokingham borough.  Pupils of Oakbank School were able to learn more about the various sports games held at this year’s Beijing Winter Olympics, with a special crossword designed to educate participants on the events.


Three winning students were selected from those who entered the competition, and each secured a £10 One4All voucher supplied by the leading housebuilder. David Wilson Homes also provided a £70 donation to the school, which it has used to enhance its outdoor seating facilities.

Steve Jump, Headteacher at Oakbank School, said: “Oakbank is very keen to work with those in the local community to improve the facilities, and ultimately the experience at school, for all of our students.”

Sales Director at David Wilson Homes Southern, Emma Hawkins, said: “As a responsible housebuilder, we aim to work with the communities that surround our developments in any way that we can.

“Inspiring the next generation to get involved and learn is something that is close to our hearts. It has been a great pleasure to introduce this educational activity, which has helped students to find out more about the world’s greatest sporting event.”