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Time-lapse video shows progress of the new Princethorpe Science Centre

The College's new Science Centre is taking shape at the top of the Limes Walk!

Due to officially open in September 2023, the 10 teaching laboratories will provide state of the art science facilities for the next generation of pupils to come through our doors. Work started back in mid-February and since then we have been recording the project’s progress by taking a photo a day. We are looking forward to seeing the building start to rise up out of the ground when the steels are installed but until then we hope you enjoy seeing the progress so far. We were excited to show it to our Open Evening visitors yesterday evening..

To view the time-lapse video, please click the link below:

Princethorpe College Science Centre - Time-Lapse Video

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