St John's Primary School
A2Dominion/Rydon
Architecture
 
As part of the continuing transformation of the former estate we are designing a new primary school.

Our planning application was granted, and will see the existing St John’s Primary, which like the original estate was poorly built in the 1970s, replaced with a larger three form entry new-build school.

The design team has worked closely with the existing school and Ealing’s education chiefs to create classrooms fit for 21st-Century learning.
 
The existing school buildings will remain open during construction work as the new school is built on adjacent land. Pupils will then be able to move seamlessly into their new school, planned for 2017/18. The redundant buildings will then be demolished and 92 new affordable and private sale homes built, enabling funding for the school development and bringing the site into the new community.

The school will have places for 630 pupils, doubling the capacity, plus a 100 place nursery and provision for 25 pupils from across the borough in its Additional Resource Provision for Special Educational Needs.
As part of the continuing transformation of the former estate we are designing a new primary school.

Our planning application was granted, and will see the existing St John’s Primary, which like the original estate was poorly built in the 1970s, replaced with a larger three form entry new-build school.

The design team has worked closely with the existing school and Ealing’s education chiefs to create classrooms fit for 21st-Century learning.
 
The existing school buildings will remain open during construction work as the new school is built on adjacent land. Pupils will then be able to move seamlessly into their new school, planned for 2017/18. The redundant buildings will then be demolished and 92 new affordable and private sale homes built, enabling funding for the school development and bringing the site into the new community.

The school will have places for 630 pupils, doubling the capacity, plus a 100 place nursery and provision for 25 pupils from across the borough in its Additional Resource Provision for Special Educational Needs.
 
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Green Man Lane is retaining many of its existing residents, but is also attracting new families and the neighbourhood deserves a school that will give their children the very best place to learn.
 
Lee Davies, director of Conran and Partners and the lead architect
 
 
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