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School Expansion 

Kent County Council have asked Trinity School to expand from 4fe (120 students per year) to 6fe (180 students per year). To accommodate this, the school building will be extended, with work starting in phases from September 2018. As well as additional classrooms, this work will also add additional dining facilities, increase the size of the Sixth Form centre, and include a dedicated drama studio, a second indoor PE space, and more outdoor play space.

Phase 1 was completed successfully in July and August 2018 with the addition of 6 classrooms, and a mezzanine floor in the dining room.

Phase 2 was completed from January to September 2019 and saw the new block added to the front of the school.  This provided further classrooms, a drama studio and activity studio.

Phase 3 was completed during July and August of 2019 when classrooms on the second floor were converted to science labs.

Phase 4 will begin in February 2020 when further additional science labs will be created on the second floor.

Phase 5 will take place during July and August of 2020 and be the final stage, involving some reconfiguration on the lower ground and first floors to provide additional classrooms and new ICT suites.

External work (new bus part, new MUGA) is taking place during the 2019/20 academic year.

You can find a link to copies of drawings below. These show how the school will look once the work is complete.  Please note that although the external views show the final design, there internal layouts should be used only as a guide.

Trinity School Expansion Proposals

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