December 1, 2017 12.22 pm This story is over 76 months old

State-of-the-art £3.5m science block completed at Bourne Grammar School

The new block contains 15 purpose-built laboratories.

A state-of-the-art £3.5 million science block that will provide high-quality learning space for students has been completed at Bourne Grammar School.

Built by Nottingham-based construction specialist Stepnell, the new two-storey standalone building will provide:

  • 15 purpose-built laboratories
  • Three preparation rooms
  • Student and staff toilet facilities

The new modern building features an aluminium cladding, timber boarding and brickwork exterior with coloured glass panels.

The block includes 15 purpose-built laboratories

This new science block comes as part of an expansion project to create an additional 600 school places at Bourne Grammar School.

Headteacher, Jonathan Maddox said: “The science block has transformed our school.

“Now with all the space we need to accommodate our expanded numbers, we see our science block as our flagship building.

“Spacious, up-to-the-minute and built to our exact specification, it really is a joy to work in, and the students love it.”

Regional director at Stepnell Thomas Sewell said: “We’re really pleased to see this exciting new scheme now completed.

“This new science building will provide Bourne Grammar School students with a completely purpose-built facility which will enable them to take their science lessons one step further.”