Dunfermline Learning Campus breaks ground
It was shovels at the ready at the site of the new Dunfermline Learning Campus as the official 'groundbreaking' ceremony took place.
Although enabling works on the site are already underway by BAM, the symbolic ceremony was a chance for those involved to welcome the work starting.
Council Leaders, Cllrs David Alexander and David Ross were joined by pupils, project contractors and Council Officers to mark the occasion.
Fife Council is working in partnership with Fife College and The Scottish Government to create Dunfermline Learning Campus. The project is procured and managed for Fife Council by hub East Central Scotland.
At the Dunfermline Learning Campus site there will bring together pupils, students and staff at St Columba's RC High School, Woodmill High School and Fife College in modern, fit for purpose and low carbon facilities. The schools will accommodate up to 2,700 students and are being designed to give flexibility in the delivery of the curriculum all whilst retaining the individual school identities. Dunfermline Learning Campus is due to open in Summer 2024.
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