Pupils attending Croughton All Saints C of E Primary School have more space this summer term as they benefit from a new purpose-built education building.

Constructed for a six-figure sum, the building is a collaborative effort between Broadwater Management, Scotts of Thrapston and Next Generation Renewable Energy.

Taking a total of ten weeks to complete, a full turnkey solution was provided and managed by Broadwater Management who worked closely with the school and its governors to assist with the financial budgeting for the project.

The contemporary, carbon efficient timber-framed building, manufactured and installed by Scotts of Thrapston, consists of two new classrooms, toilets and store room, and will be occupied by Key Stage two children.

Barry Owen, owner of Broadwater Management, said: “Schools are increasingly needing to build new, modern classrooms to facilitate their growing number of pupils.  This was just the case for Croughton All Saints C of E Primary School whose numbers had increased from 74 to 109 over the last three years.”

“The teaching staff and children are delighted with the finished building. It gives them a bright new space offering the best learning environment.”

Zoe Dolan, sales manager for Scotts of Thrapston, said: “We believe that the ideal learning environment stems from good architecture. Gaining optimum use out of the space whilst also creating an energy efficient and well ventilated building is key.”

Children need to be inspired by their surroundings to enhance their learning.  A naturally lit, safe and spacious setting will provide this, leading to better pupil and staff performance.  Scotts timber classrooms offer the ideal solution for schools and nurseries.