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New Building Update

An update on how the new building at Hills Road is progressing.

New Building Frame
New Building Frame

Work is progressing swiftly with the transformation of the stable block into a new three-storey building. The frame has been put in place giving us more of an idea of what the final building will actually look like and how tall it will be.

An artist’s impression of the new building has been pictured below showing how it will fit in next to the Music Recital Room. Students will be able to use these enhanced facilities to strengthen the quality of learning already received at Hills Road.

The project is currently on track and should be completed by spring 2016 ready for the summer.

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