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A new Sixth Form Centre for an independent girl's school located an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Surrey Hills. The project includes new classrooms, a library, common room, and auditorium.
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Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Surrey Hills, St Teresa’s School commissioned IF_DO to design a new Sixth Form Centre, that would respond to the changing needs to sixth form education. How can this building best respond to its social, environmental, and historic contexts, whilst also creating outstanding teaching facilities?
The first phase of the will see the construction of the new Sixth Form Centre and four new Prep School Classrooms. The collegiate approach adopted for the masterplan follows through into the design of the proposed Sixth Form Centre: two courtyards are connected by a large sheltered entrance way, and a series of colonnades form the primary circulation around the building.
“Working with IF_DO has been a very rewarding process, and achieving planning permission so smoothly is testament to their skill and creativity. This project is an important one for us, both in delivering a landmark building for St Teresa’s, and in providing outstanding Sixth Form teaching facilities for the future. The energy IF_DO have brought to the project, particularly in inspiring and enthusing the pupils, has been wonderful to see.”
Mike Farmer, Headmaster, St Teresa’s, Effingham