Gillingstool Primary School and New Siblands Special School
Gillingstool Primary School and New Siblands Special School now share a brand new purpose built £16m facility in Thornbury, Bristol.
The unique design means that 210 mainstream pupils will be able to interact with the 45 special educational needs pupils. They will all share the very best in modern educational facilities and will be able to play together and learn from each other in an exciting integrated learning environment that will benefit the local community for many years to come.
This exciting and innovative new development is sited in the existing school grounds and the old school buildings have been demolished to make way for new sports pitches.
"Cutting edge design philosophy has not only been applied to the building fabric, but to the way the school operates and performs". Rob Bradley, Regional Director of Leadbitter.
Two storey steel frame
Distinct raised roof profile utilizing glulam beams
Large classrooms built to the latest design specifications with provision for ceiling hoists
Individual group rooms, one per class
Hydrotherapy Swimming Pool
Purpose built foundation stage facilities
Exemplar school allowing children to experience a wider, more extensive curriculum and socially cohesive education
Fit for the 21st Century
services: structural, civil and geotechnical engineering