Schools shape all of our lives. As architects, we look to push the boundaries of design and provide the best learning environments for the development of students – both intellectually and emotionally.
We create flexible and varied learning environments, with social spaces for pupils to share, observe and copy others’ behaviour to support their growth. Our imaginative spaces provide a sense of belonging, ensuring students feel safe and at home. At the same time, they enable teachers to adapt and respond to individual needs.
By connecting our indoor spaces with the outside world, we bring learning outdoors – exposing students to nature and taking them away from technology for different educational experiences.
Our drive for improving schools and further education colleges led us to embark on our latest research project, which explores the impact of the physical environment on pupil and staff wellbeing. The findings from this study inform and guide our education projects.
News | 2nd September 2021
ADP has been shortlisted for Architectural Practice of the Year and Schools Project of the Year, for the Swan School in Oxford.
Insights | 3rd March 2021
We’re delighted that our design for a new 6FE secondary school is a LETI Pioneer project – so we’d love to share with you some of the ways we’re making it a sustainable exemplar.
News | 26th February 2021
Outdoor space and making the most of our natural surroundings has never been more important. At a school, a sensory garden encourages pupils to explore and interact with the environment and provides a fun educational space. It incorporates areas that are both stimulating and relaxing. ADP recently delivered a new primary school for Star Academies’ […]