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School design case studies

  • Prospect schoolProspect school, Hampshire

    Prospect school is a new £4.8 million secondary school for boys aged 11 to 16 with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties.

  • Queen Anne High SchoolQueen Anne High School, Scotland

    The new Queen Anne high school, built through a 25-year public-private partnership contract, was part of Scotland’s first phase of recent school estate renewal and was built in the extensive grounds of the old school.

  • American School in LondonAmerican School in London, London

    The redesign of the school grounds has met the challenges presented by a compact city centre site, with every corner used to provide an opportunity for learning, fun or visual interest.

  • Hadley Learning CommunityHadley Learning Community, Telford

    This innovative school embodies a new direction in education, bringing together facilities for learning, health, arts, leisure and sport onto one site to create learning communities in line with the Every child matters agenda.

  • Academy of St Francis of AssisiAcademy of St Francis of Assisi, Liverpool

    Eco-friendly design and sustainable living principles take centre-stage at the Academy of St Francis of Assisi, a joint-faith secondary school in Liverpool. Designed by Capita Percy Thomas.