20 Dec 2016
2016 was a busy year for eco-classrooms, with a range of new projects for a variety of schools.
These included: an eco-classroom built for a private school in Cambridge in an specific ecology area. In order to secure planning permission, additional ecological factors such as bat-boxes and a sedum roof were incorporated into the design. The modular build is multi-purpose and serves as a Nature Centre and Forest Schools provision for the pupils.
We installed an adapted print-room at a prestigious private school in Middlesex, on an area of archeological interest - planning was secured partially due to our adapted low-impact eco-friendly foundation systems. The design blends with the schools striking new Design Centre. The eco-building was installed on-site in just seven weeks.
At a specialist education school in Norwich, we've cleverly designed a classroom to blend with the woodland setting, and created a free-flow play area for the children. Limited space and access was available for this project. We worked with the Headteacher to meet the schools tight budget and the quick turnaround required for this eco-classroom. The school were impressed with the quality of the building and the service delivery throughout the project.
At an Academy School in East Anglia, the school's headteacher commented: "we're delighted with the new eco-classroom, everyone who visits the school comments on it, and congratulates us on it". See our Case Studies for more details.