Aldershot Urban Expansion - Cambridge Primary School
The Cambridge Primary School combines innovative architecture with high quality teaching and learning.
It marks a new chapter in the history of Aldershot and EEEA so it is only fitting that the name chosen links to the rich heritage of the town. The £10.6 million school, funded by the Ministry of Defence and Grainger, will serve families in the 3,850-home Wellesley development, which is taking shape on the former Aldershot Garrison site.
The school will eventually cater for 420 pupils with two classes in each year group. Whilst it will take time for the school to reach its full capacity, the children that will start in the school in September 2018 will experience learning in one of the best school buildings in the country
Client: Hampshire County Council
Architect: Hampshire County Council
Contractor: Osborne ltd
This was a traditional build contract so the products were supplied exactly as per the architects specification.
Benthin Heavy Duty Roller Blinds with Uniview 3000 vision fabric were used in the classrooms.
For the hall, full height, 6 metre drop Harlequin curtains on Hall Stage tracks were used.