Suffolk prep school announces plans for new early years building to accommodate growing pupil numbers
- Credit: Concertus
An independent Suffolk prep school has announced plans for new classrooms for nursery and reception classes offering “spectacular” views of the countryside.
Work is starting later this month on the new “early years” building at Framlingham College Prep School, at Brandeston Hall.
Headmaster Matt King made the announcement and unveiled images of the new building at Speech Day.
“To accommodate the sustained increase in numbers we are delighted to be constructing a new early years building and are pleased to be working with local contractors SEH French on this spectacular new project,” he said.
Designed by Concertus Design and Property Consultants, the building features floor to ceiling glass providing views across the River Deben and beyond.
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The project is expected to be completed early 2019. Visit www.framcollege.co.uk for more information.
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