Sixth form students at Canterbury’s Chaucer Technology School can study in comfort in their new centre.
Fuller College has eight teaching rooms, a 150-lecture hall and wireless internet system. It replaces a mobile building which served as the sixth form centre for the last decade.
Deputy head Iain Sutherland said: “The centre is so successful that students who are allowed home study time when they are not timetabled to be in class come into the new college as they prefer to study there rather than at home.”
The building is named after a former school governor, the late Mike Fuller, and was officially opened by his widow Ursula and son Martin.