Posts with the category “steart-development”

Half a Term Closer!
February 17th, 2018
Another half term goes by and we are another half term closer to being in our new school!  The cladding is now mostly complete on the exterior walls, and the long low structure in natural wood and lig...  Read More
by Route 39
New Site News
January 20th, 2018
The building work at the new school is still steaming ahead with the main building now very nearly watertight with the brick work and timber work complete and just a bit more cladding to go onto the e...  Read More
by Route 39
From the Ground Floor Up
June 2nd, 2017
The sub-structure blockwork walls have now commenced.  These walls are built off the foundations, with the internal skin designed to support the edge of the ground floor concrete slab, and the outer s...  Read More
by Route 39
Laying the Foundations
May 17th, 2017
The building work at Steart Farm is still coming along brilliantly with the new foundations of our school being dug out and filled ready for construction. The driveway and the visitor car park have ha...  Read More
by Route 39
Great Progress at The New Site!
April 29th, 2017
Principal Kelly and Chair of Governors Richard Bence made a site visit this week and things are coming along beautifully. The diggers and trucks are working on the foundations of the school. Behind th...  Read More
by Route 39
We Are Ground-Breaking!
March 2nd, 2017
On February 23rd, a group of student representatives, staff and governors met at Steart Farm to mark the beginning of the new school build with a ground-breaking ceremony. The mood was light-hearted a...  Read More
by Route 39
Site Update October
November 17th, 2016
It has been a busy few months since we received planning permission in the Spring. Twenty-two of the forty planning conditions must be complied with before building can commence. The development team ...  Read More
by Route 39
Reptile Relocation!
November 7th, 2016
Before construction can start at any new development, ecology and wildlife must be considered to help protect species and incorporate areas of value for wildlife in the final development. ...  Read More
by Route 39