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Kineton High School Science Facility


Project Details

£3m to £4.99M

New Build


Lungfish Architects Ltd

Level 2 , City Gate West , Tollhouse Hill , NOTTINGHAM , NG1 5AT

Kineton High School, Warwickshire County Council asked us to replace seven dilapidated mobile classrooms with a specialist science block for the whole school to use. Delivered in partnership with Jeakins Weir and Scape, this project was designed with the school’s aspirations in mind - to engage pupils and lay the foundations for future growth as demand for school places is expected to rise in the area due to a new housing development. Providing seven specialist labs and one multi-use classroom, the new science block is an incredibly practical and striking building. We’ve also designed a canopied plaza where students can meet, as well as refurbished parts of the main school – converting old labs, improving access and making circulation spaces brighter. The most significant development at Kineton High for 40 years, this modern learning environment has given the school state of the art STEM (science, maths, engineering and technology) facilities, fully supporting the school’s high aspirations and expectations of learning and achievement in these subjects. In fact the school was delighted to report that they recorded their best science results ever the year after completion.