28 MAR 2014

New Humanities Building Opened By Dr Dan Poulter

Governors, builders and architects gathered at Kesgrave High School for the formal opening of the new humanities building.

The building, which was delivered under budget and five weeks ahead of schedule, continues the extensive modernization project the school has undergone.

Headteacher Mr Nigel Burgoyne guided Dr Poulter around the new humanities block where he was able to see students making most of the new classrooms and technology.

Dr Poulter said

"I am delighted to have been able to open the new humanities building.

"Kesgrave High School showcases all that is good about education in Suffolk and the new building will allow the students to gain even more from their education.

"I would like to congratulate everyone involved in the project for creating such a fantastic new building which will serve the school and future generations of Kesgrave students for many years."


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