Warwickshire-based firm Arden has installed two new classrooms at a school for children with severe learning difficulties featuring a host of mobility adaptations.
The classrooms are designed to be spacious and include a ceiling track hoist, a bathroom management area and room to store specialist equipment. The outside area has also been landscaped to allow wheelchair access.
Funded by Worcestershire County Council, the project at Chadsgrove School in Catshill could be the first of a number of similar investments following a £215 government windfall offered to UK schools earlier this year.
A spokesman for Chadsgrove School told the Bromsgrove Advertiser: “Whilst Arden Construction were on site, they fully involved the school in every step of the build. The children designed pictures, which were used around the site on huge panel boards to keep our grounds looking lovely throughout the building process.
“We are delighted with the new build as the children now have the much-needed space for their lessons and activities. The children and staff are delighted with the classrooms and have settled in beautifully.”
Image: Arden Construcion. Arden recently funded a time capsule to be buried at Chadsgrove School where it installed the two new classrooms