The Charter School East Dulwich has celebrated the next phase of construction with the latest topping out ceremony marking the completion of the brickwork for the school.
There were glimpses of some of the new classrooms which are nearing completion with good quality design to support teaching and learning.
Construction on the school started in 2017 and is expected to be completed by the end of the year with the school moving into its permanent site in January 2019.
When the school is completed, it will continue to grow be able to eventually accommodate 1,200 students in eight forms of entry, across each year group in years 7 to 11.
The new school will also have sixth form provision.
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