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New £4m Sports Centre Project approved by the Rossall School Council
Rossall School is thrilled to announce that the new Sports Centre plans have been approved by the School’s Council. A contractor has been appointed and work will commence over the School’s Summer holidays. Completion is scheduled for the start of the 2019/2020 Academic Year.
This is an exciting project and demonstrates real commitment from the School in terms of its continuing responsibility to provide modern facilities for the students and the wider community.
The new Sports Centre will include:
- An indoor sports hall (six badminton court size) with provision for indoor Hockey, Basketball and Cricket (nets will be fitted).
- A four-lane 50m Sprint Track.
- A viewing Gallery over the existing Rossall Astroturf.
- A Fitness Suite.
- Male and female changing facilities for the indoor sports facilities, the multi-use games area (MUGA) and the Astroturf.
Further information in regards to this project and the fundraising will be provided over the coming weeks.
Rossall School is also pleased to announce that work has already commenced on the provision of a new Performing Arts Centre and this facility will be open during September 2018.
To support The Foundation with the project please click here.
When students leave Rossall, they automatically become lifetime members of the Old Rossallian Club.
The Rossall Foundation was set up by former Chair of Council, Hazel Trapnell, in 2005 to support the School's aims and to help it to flourish.
The Friends of Rossall is a group of enthusiastic and committed group of parents and friends of the School who are willing to give up some of their time to organise and support events throughout the School year.