School summer projects

Improving school facilities

Schools are constantly needing to evolve and to improve their facilities to provide an excellent education setting.   Large new buildings are sometimes the solution but often it is bite-sized projects to develop the existing estate that is needed. These can be more sustainable, more cost effective and can be completed out of term time.

A package of 'summer works' projects St John's School, Leatherhead included:

  • Alteration works to a Grade II day house, including the removal of non original partitions, formation of new toilets and large study spaces.

  • Refurbishing a former tired gym and installing purpose-designed units to provide kit bag storage.  New lighting, heating and ventilation were installed as well as new entrance doors and external signage.

  • Gender neutral changing facilities for staff and pupils, including toilets and individual shower cubicles in robust, hard wearing finishes.

New changing facilities
New changing facilities

New gender neutral changing facilities for staff and pupils

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New kit bag storage
New kit bag storage

Refurbishment of former gym

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Alteration works to Grade II day house
Alteration works to Grade II day house

Internal alterations to provide new large study spaces and toilets

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