The new Chapel Road School on Abbey Road will replace the current facility in Attleborough, allowing the school to double its capacity, accommodating 110 primary age pupils.
Built adjacent to the primary and secondary schools in Old Buckenham, the new building will cater for 110 students and include classrooms, a multi-purpose hall, hydrotherapy pool, library, ICT suite, football pitches and a multi-use games area.
The two-storey school is being completed for Norfolk County Council and will include 14 classrooms and several specially designed learning rooms.
The school will be re-named Chapel Green School when it moves in time for the start of the academic year in 2017, and begin increasing pupil numbers at the start of the calendar year in 2018.
Gavin Napper, area director at Morgan Sindall, said that the firm was well versed in delivering high quality education schemes and was currently on-site delivering a £15.4m special educational needs school in Essex.
The project, funded by Essex County Council, involves the team delivering Glenwood School, a specially designed education facility for young people aged 3-19 years with severe learning difficulties.