Bringing students together through a single building design concept
Our single building design concept for the through school brings together pupils from ages 2 to 19 in an all-encompassing facility - a first of its kind in the UK.
Alongside accommodating nursery, primary, secondary and sixth form years, the academy also includes community facilities to increase its accessibility and inclusiveness for people in the local area.
As part of our client’s aspiration, our design includes shared common areas for students from all year groups to use while ensuring the upper and lower schools work individually. Forging a mix of communal spaces brings huge benefits to students of all ages by building their confidence, resilience and character.
Sustainability was a key driver in the design. The building is passively ventilated through automated windows which are controlled by the sophisticated Building Management System (BMS), providing the optimum environment for effective learning in the most cost effective and sustainable way.
Swindon, SN2 1JR
United Learning Trust
Large performance hall
Dedicated sixth form suite
Sports hall and fitness suite
Surbiton Primary Academy
To be run by non-profit charity Omnia Learning Trust, the new 420-place primary school in Kingston upon Thames will cater for pupils age 5-11 years, helping to inspire young people again.
St Anne's Academy
Sponsored by Manchester Diocese and the Crossland Foundation, the 900-place Academy delivers to Rochdale improved choice and diversity for young people seeking faith-based education.
Our new build, remodel and refurbishment provides to the Devon town a fresh, modern academy facility for ages 2 through to 19.