Sixth Form Centre gets Go-ahead

Tonbridge Grammar School has been awarded planning permission for it’s new, Bond Bryan designed, Sixth Form Study Centre.

The International Baccalaureate will be delivered within the new facility and this curriculum encourages inter-disciplinary thinking. In response to the IB’s flexible space requirements, we have designed the ‘I-barn’ to provide the ultimate space for this activity.

With a budget of only £1500/m2 and a six-month construction programme, our challenge has been to work very closely with suppliers to develop a solution that can be pre-fabricated off site.

Bond Bryan Architects worked with AA Projects to secure £2.4m worth of funding from the Academies Capital Maintenance Fund. This also covers the cost of refurbishing space, liberated by the sixth form move, for Art and Music studies.

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