Science Ambassadors First To Open The Doors To New Science Centre
Another key milestone has been reached in the construction of the College’s new Science Centre with the internal connecting doors between The Limes and the Science Centre now in place.
Princethorpe’s new Science Ambassadors were the first lucky pupils to open the doors to the new building when they posed for a celebratory photo just before Open Evening on Wednesday 7 June.
Until now the connection to the Science Centre has been boarded up so it was an amazing breakthrough moment to see the panels removed and the doors unlocked to allow our Science Ambassadors to be the first pupils to see through.
Inside the new Science Centre, work continues around the clock with the fitting out of the ten new laboratories is nearly complete with each themed in a striking colour. Outside, the scaffolding is mostly down, and the front of the building has its cladding in place. Work continued on the landscaping over half term, and the new netball courts are now all dug out.
The building’s location at the top of The Lime Walk places it central to the College’s campus and the views from the laboratories are stunning.
The project remains on schedule to be handed over to the College in the summer, ready for teaching to commence in it next academic year.
It is all very exciting for us here at Princethorpe.