Eltham College was founded in 1842 and has been located at its present site in Mottingham since 1912. To mark its recent 100th anniversary, the school is developing a new building to provide teaching facilities for the maths and languages departments as well a new purpose built sixth form centre.
These proposals replace a mixture of outdated and temporary accommodation with an exemplary energy efficient new building, which will link the quad at the heart of the college both physically and visually with a glazed atrium facing playing fields to the west.
View our short fly-through video here.
New facilities for a historic London school.