A £7.7million building project at Campion School in Leamington has been completed.
A new two-storey sixth form centre has expanded the school’s provision for pupils, as well as provided a striking new entrance to the school.
Headteacher Jassa Panesar said: “We are extremely proud of the new facilities that we have been able to provide for our students and community.
“This is the result of several years’ hard work in order to ensure that our students have access to the most up to date facilities to further enhance their education and enrichment opportunities.
“The improvements will also ensure that our community can benefit from brand new modern facilities on their doorstep, further supporting Campion’s vision of being an inclusive, community focused school.”
Delivered by contractors Speller Metcalfe, the works include the addition of a new multi-use games area (MUGA) and refurbishment of the existing sports hall, providing pupils with access to improved exercise and games facilities, as well as the option to hire for community use.
General teaching rooms and a new staff room also form part of the expansion programme, which have been achieved by remodelling and refurbishing seven existing science and technician rooms.
Furthermore, a ‘Grab and Go’ refectory and drama studio has replaced an unused area of the school grounds.
Mark Hudgeon, Speller Metcalfe regional director, said: “Speller Metcalfe has a long-standing history in the education sector and is dedicated to providing students and staff with state-of-the-art facilities.
“We are delighted to have worked with Campion School on this project and contribute to the education of young people in the area.”