XP School, Doncaster
Located adjacent to Doncaster Rover’s Keepmoat Stadium, this £5.6m free school is a purpose-built, two-storey facility spanning a total surface area of 2,954 square meters - half the size of the Keepmoat pitch - and boasts flexible learning spaces for 350 students aged 11 to 19 years.
Students at XP School benefit from a personalised curriculum, which places focus on an authentic learning experience. This experience-based learning curriculum is modelled on the practices of the extremely successful charter schools such as High Tech High in San Diego and other expeditionary learning schools in the USA and is designed to prepare children for success in the modern world.
The school is arranged over two storeys and is based on a compact, superblock design allowing an efficient circulation diagram. It has generous circulation routes, ensuring minimum travel distances between teaching spaces. The teaching spaces are arranged around a large double height void that runs through the building and ensures its centre remains flooded with light.
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