These pictures show the changing face of the Abraham Darby Academy in Madeley, as the old building is demolished to make way for sports facilities.
Workers are carrying out the work in the shadow of the new Abraham Darby Academy building, which replaced the former facility in July.
The work is the final part of the £35 million development which will see the 1930s and 1960s parts of the old school demolished and landscaped, with new sports pitches being created.
Students and teachers began clearing out the old school building after the GCSE and A Level exams were completed in June.
They took 4,000 boxes of equipment and files as the moving in process took two weeks.
The sports pitches will be the final piece of the sports and learning community, which also includes the new £25 million school building, Woodlands Primary School and a new leisure centre. The pitches are due to open next year.
The rest of the site opened in January but the academy was delayed after the canopy across the front of the building collapsed in August last year. Developers have worked with Telford & Wrekin Council to build the sports and learning community under the Building Schools for the Future programme.