Students have moved into the new £1.2 million sixth-form centre at Trinity Academy, in Thorne.
The new extension was built over 24 weeks and caters for 400 students. Access to the sixth form, which is joined to the main academy building, is by biometric fingerprint scanning allowing only staff and sixth formers to enter.
Acting principal David Page said: “We are delighted with our new sixth-form centre. It blends well with the existing building but at the same time makes a statement about the investment we are putting into our young people, providing them with a superb facility to support their studies and help them achieve to the highest possible level.”
Head girl Abbie Tomlinson said: “It’s fantastic, everyone loves it. It’s so spacious.”