A Cotgrave school has its official reopening last month following a £2.2m extension and refurbishment.
Ash Lea School, located on Owthorpe Road in Cotgrave, had seen an extension to the main building, which includes new classrooms, a health suite and a common room.
As well as funding from the county council, the school and local community fundraised around £180,000 to help towards the improvements in the school.
Among the new facilities include a state-of-the-art sensory room, new lighting and a multi-media system.
The project was designed and delivered by Arc Partnership, which is a joint venture between Nottinghamshire County Council and Scape Group.
Head teacher, Dawn Wigley, said: “It has been a long journey to reach this point which involved us having to relocate to West Bridgford for 18 months while the development work was taking place here.”
Ash Lea School has 78 children on its roll, aged from three to 19, and the children have a range of severe and complex needs such as learning and physical disabilities and autism.
Nottinghamshire County Council chairman Sue Saddington conducted the official reopening, while leader Kay Cutts was also in attendance.