TG Escapes

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A modular build process means you can phase the cost of increasing your spaces.

Woolwich Polytechnic Secondary School has been on the up for some years. In 2010 it was named as the most improved boys’ school in England and, shortly after reforming its (co-ed) sixth form in 2011, it was judged by Ofsted to be outstanding. It is no surprise then that pupil numbers have been rising, as has the need for additional classroom space.

Initially, there were only funds to create an art block, but the school was confident that further budget would become available in the future. TG Escapes drew up plans that allowed for a three-phase building project, incorporating a vision of what might become.

The finished two-storey building provides 1,600 square metres of floor space accommodating up to 600 students and staff and includes toilet facilities and a lift, not to mention a beautiful, naturally lit art gallery.




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