On the 24th October, with the aid of Chasetown Civil Engineering, St Joseph’s and St Theresa’s school were able to open two new classrooms, introducing a completely new concept to the school. Both classrooms are ‘open to the elements’ allowing learning in an outdoor environment. The project was the brainchild of Headmistress Isabel Walker and the design teams at Cameron Homes and Chasetown Civil Engineering. The design allows children to enjoy the fresh air whilst learning in an innovative and creative environment, helping to provide a structured education. Please browse photos of the development, including an article taken from the local newspaper.
“Cameron Homes and Chasetown Civil Engineering helped us design and build this project and their architectural manager Adrian Halsall created a masterpiece beyond anything anyone could have ever imagined – his foresight into how to make the transitional area fully sheltered but still outdoors was inspirational. Chasetown Civil Engineering laid the foundations and organised the structural steel work. The high ceiling gives the feeling of a vast space where the children love to explore and learn through a wide range of opportunities. All the designers, planners, managers and workers from both of these companies gave above and beyond to ensure this was all completed in a short period of time – the six weeks summer holiday. The skills, time and unwavering personal investment the Cameron Homes and Chasetown Civil Engineering teams gave this project was immeasurable. I can not express my gratitude enough to all of them,” Isabel added.