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Final Station Of The Cross Revealed After 40 Years

Hidden for 40 years, the final Station Of The Cross has now been revealed.

Over the Easter holidays the Estates and Grounds teams were hard at work preparing for the Trinity Term. During the break, the teams also, excitingly, commenced work on wider developments to the campus buildings and infrastructure that are a beneficial part of the College’s new Science Centre project.

Pupils and staff returning to school for the Trinity Term discovered two new classrooms on the first floor where the staff room had been situated, but more was still to be revealed. Work is underway in the old Science laboratories G22 and G23 to reinstate a lost section of the cloister corridor. A new classroom has been created and a new door has been broken through into what is now the Clarkson Theatre.

The work has uncovered the final Station of the Cross which has been hidden from view behind a board for 40 years. It is another stunning treasure from Princethorpe’s past that we are delighted to unveil. 

It's fantastic to see these developments and improvements underway and only adds to our anticipation for the completion of the Science Centre.

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