Eden Park High School invests in future generations
Work has started on site on a new teaching facility for Eden Park High School in Bromley, South London. The 12,300 square metre new-build will be an eight form entry secondary school, built to accommodate 1,200 secondary and 480 sixth form pupils.
We designed the three-storey building, which is part of the ‘Education for the 21st Century Multi-Academy Trust’, and is set to open in summer 2019.
Originally disused public parkland, the old greenfield site was formerly the Co-Op sports ground on Balmoral Avenue, Bromley between Elders End and Beckenham.
We’re excited to be expanding our portfolio of outstanding educational buildings to South London. Working in this area is particularly interesting, as it is a stereotypical London urban fringe mainly made up of low density residential buildings broken up with large amounts of green space.
Our designs will bring a real campus-like feel to the Eden Park High School. As well as the main school building, the plans include a standalone sports hall with changing and teaching facilities for both school and community use, a dance studio, multi-use games area, as well as extensive green space designed specifically for learning.