New state-of-the-art facilities for Bromley high school students
We have completed work on a brand-new £16m teaching facility at Eden Park High School in Bromley, South London, which offers modern learning spaces and a large selection of outdoor areas.
Working with main contractor Bowmer + Kirkland, the team delivered the facilities that were needed to accommodate for the 1,200 secondary and 480 sixth form pupils welcomed into the school this academic year.
As well as the main school building, the development includes a standalone sports hall complete with changing and teaching facilities for both school and community use, a dance studio, multi-use games area and extensive green space designed with learning in mind.
We have created an environment to ensure the school can maximise the use of every available space to provide top quality education to its students. We have drawn upon existing qualities of the site, and minimised the areas given over to vehicles and public access.
This particular site offers a brilliant setting for a school, with its generous open site area, tree-lined context and beneficial links to the sports fields of its neighbour Beckenham Rugby Club. As a result, the masterplan was tailored to create the widest variety possible of curriculum-rich outdoor environments to promote wellbeing within students and staff.
- Eden Park High School’s principle, Emily Codling
“The new school building and its facilities are the culmination of a lot of hard work from everyone involved and it's absolutely fantastic to see it come together.”
We have worked on a number of educational projects throughout London, including Quest Academy in Croydon and Little Ilford School in Newham. We are also currently working on site in Wimbledon’s Harris Academy, which will accommodate 900 secondary pupils and 250 sixth form pupils when complete.