Improving the Rosendale School Buildings The story so far: Four classrooms in Key Stage 1 have been refurbished
The Key Stage 1 toilets have been completely remodelled and redesigned
What next in 2013? At the Autumn Term governor meeting the Rosendale School Council made a presentation to the school governors to represent the views of the children about what work should be done next to improve the school. They made a passionate plea for the Key Stage 2 toilets to be improved, particularly having seen the work that had been done the previous summer in Key Stage 1. The governing body were happy to agree to the refurbishment work and so the next phase of improvement work has begun. Cullinan Studios, the architects, have begun the consultation process with staff and children to highlight the problems that need to be solved and have started to come up with some design solutions as you can see below. Their design aims to improve access into the building, make the toilets more private by using individual cubicles without gaps at top or bottom, stop children from feeling vulnerable in the toilets by making the space visible and improve the storage of coats and bags.
Watch this space for more news about the development of this project.