Moving forward

Work is about to start on a £3 million redevelopment project at Tettenhall College. The plans for the independent school will include a new sixth-form centre, modernised library, upgraded boarding houses and additional sporting facilities. The squash courts will be refurbished thanks to former pupil Graham Aston, who left the school a £400,000 legacy to develop the sport. The boarding houses will also be refurbished and ensuite bathrooms installed.

Head David Williams said, “We’re already proud of our educational offering to pupils and the proposed upgrades will strengthen this further. The work undertaken will blend the contemporary with the historic, which supports our drive to maintain traditional values while moving forward with the times.”

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