The Royal Greenwich Trust School is currently planning to extend and enhance its current accommodation to ensure that the school becomes the educational hub on the Greenwich peninsula. This £ 13.8 million building project funded by Greenwich Local Authority is due to begin later this year in order to accommodate the projected increased number of students brought about by the new admissions arrangements.
Currently the school building is designed to accommodate 600 students. By the time the school is full in 2022 the school will have 950 students. The new accommodation will include brand new classrooms, including new science laboratories, a Dance and Drama Studio, music facilities, a large multi-purpose atrium and a four court Sports Hall. This is an exciting project and will ensure that students and staff are provided with a world class set of educational facilities. These new facilities will all be accommodated within existing boundaries of the current school.
Works are due to begin at the end of August and will continue for between twelve and eighteen months. The school will continue to work as normal throughout this period. The architects of the design are a studio who have an excellent track record in working on educational facilities and were the innovative designers of our partner school, St Pauls Way Trust School in Tower Hamlets. Willmott Dixon is the award-winning construction and fit-out specialist who have been appointed to build the new accommodation. They are a national contractor delivering multi-million pound public and commercial projects and will ensure that the new building is built to the highest of standards. We are currently putting together a planning application which is shortly to be submitted to the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
This is an exciting life-changing project that will enhance the educational opportunities of all our students for many years to come. If you have any questions you can email us, or call us during office hours, by using the details below.
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