Walking into Sir John Deane’s you are immediately uplifted by the sense of light and space.
The £28 million transformation has created a world-class learning environment that students can thrive in and feel proud to call their own.
The historic Brunner Hall, built in 1907, is a reminder of the college’s history and tradition, while state-of-the-art facilities and modern, purpose built classrooms represents its continuous evolution.
Students have access to places and resources that support every element of their study, including the Albright Library, a fully equipped IT drop-in centre and a number of study areas, including silent study areas.
Amongst the impressive facilities there are scientific laboratories, rehearsal studios, a professional theatre, dance and recording studios, an outdoor art studio, large courtyard and two Starbucks Cafes. Students can access the Riverside Boat House, all-weather pitch, a purpose-built sports hall and large playing fields.
The College looks forward to opening its new £2.5 million learning facility in September 2024, which will feature additional classrooms and dedicated study space.