Skegness Academy pupils leave their mark on final phase of new build
PUPILS at an academy have left their permanent mark on the on the final steel beam going up for their new buildings.
The third and final phase of the £22million construction programme to create state-of-the-art buildings is well underway at Skegness Academy.
Two pupils from each year group joined principal Ian Corns and Emma Hadley, executive principal, to write messages on the final steel beam for Block E which has now been put into position.
The building work started back in May 2011 and has involved the gradual demolition of buildings which are being replaced and the refurbishment of others which are being retained.
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The construction programme has been carefully phased to ensure minimum disruption to pupils and staff.
Currently two blocks of buildings are under construction - one will be the new year seven base and sixth form block (one floor for each).
The other building is the school hall, which will have banked theatre-style seating for 300 which can be retracted and the area used for aspects such as dance and performing arts.
After the Easter break, the vocational block which was built when the school became St Clement's College will be refurbished and a school garden added behind it.
All building work and landscaping will be complete ready for the start of term in September.