New on-site study facility for FCV Academy students
Work has started on a new study centre for FCV International Football Academy students, providing a purpose-built facility for their academic work.
FCV Academy not only helps young players develop their football but also provides further education in the form of a BTEC, A level or a degree through their partnerships with education providers.
The new study centre will be large enough to hold lessons for up to 16 students and will provide the boys with space for collaborative working and planning group projects.
FCV Academy’s Managing Director, Graham Starmer, is excited to have a facility that will provide students with an area to focus on their individual learning, within the grounds of their accommodation.
“We are pleased to have commenced work on the building of a new study centre at the Garden House,” he said.
“This is a project we've been working towards that will enable future students to be taught some aspects of their education on-site and reduce some of the travelling, as well as providing a private study area for students in the evenings and at weekends.”
FCV Academy have been supported by funding from the Lincolnshire Growth Hub in the building of the study centre and are delighted to be working with them on this fantastic facility.
The centre will be located on the grounds of the Garden House, FCV Academy’s main boarding house. The project is expected to be completed by June 2019, in time for the Summer Camps and the new academic year starting in September.