St Paul’s School, the independent boys school, located in West London is very close to completion with the academic term beginning in a few days time.
New and returning students alike will return to the school in early September and have full use of the kitchen and dining area available to them. The dining area has a large folding, sliding door that will enable students to eat outside in the courtyard, sheltered by an overhead canopy.
The new 9,000sqm teaching block will also be available to students in the coming weeks. The new block replaces some of the 1960’s existing building.
The block contains a fantastic library, multiple classrooms and a spacious double height atrium, providing staff and pupils with a hub filled with state of the art facilities.
Project Manager at Colorminium, Simon Worrod stated “Working on projects such as St Paul’s School is always incredibly rewarding, knowing that you are really helping to give students a new hub for learning and improving their education”.
“The clever use of structural glazing, louvre panels and vertical piers create an eye-catching building that enhances a campus renowned for its quality and excellence.”
“The amazing new hub is a great opportunity to give the students some fresh enthusiasm towards their education”.
The new block of St Paul’s School will be completed in the coming weeks.