Ten classroom building for SEND with hygiene and sensory rooms designed by TG Escapes

Beacon Hill 60 place SEND facility

Beacon Hill School serves students with high-dependency Special Educational Needs and Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities. The brief from Newcastle City Council was to create a bespoke, stand-alone facility capable of accommodating 60 pupils.

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Modular timber frame building for Visually Impaired SEND at Woking High School

SEND Hub for the Visually Impaired at Woking High School

Surrey County Council have an increasing need for SEND places and wanted to create additional provision for Visually Impaired students at Woking High School. TG Escapes provided them with a purpose-designed solution including 3 classrooms, breakout spaces, offices and toilets increasing capacity for 11-16 year olds from 12 to 20. The hub will also be used for additional teaching space for the main school. Completed onsite in 22 weeks the building is net-zero in operation.

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Modular timber frame building for post 16 SEND provision

Post 16 SEND provision for Sir Charles Parsons School

Sir Charles Parsons is a school for young people aged eleven to nineteen who have a range of additional needs. This is the 2nd building TG Escapes has provided. The pressure on pupil numbers of all ages across Newcastle City was high so more space was needed in the main building. The solution was to create extra accommodation near to the first building to form a separate post-16 facility covering the complete curriculum. This second net-zero modular building provides four classrooms as well as ancillary spaces and achieves an A+ EPC at -31. Staff and students have kindly made a video about what their building means to them.

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