King’s Hawford School

Bespoke teaching space with two classrooms.

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An architecturally-designed teaching space, serving the needs and requirements of pupils and staff at King’s Hawford School.

With a range of tailored features, this two-classroom facility is blended seamlessly into its rural surroundings, capturing the unique identity of the school.

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King’s Hawford School, Worcester.

Client Brief

King’s Hawford is an independent day school. They required a building that’s as beautiful as their rural Worcester surroundings — one that aligns perfectly with the school’s identity. King’s Hawford wanted to utilise their existing space to promote movement around the school between lessons.

Not only that, this classroom facility needed to be somewhere special; different from your everyday classroom. The school wanted something that added value to the learning experience, as well as giving much-needed additional capacity.

Here’s the solution we came up with!

Our Solution

We worked closely with King’s Hawford at every stage to realise a building that fits precisely their needs and desires.

There were challenges around delivery and access — added on top of the host of aesthetic and practical considerations for the project.

By utilising our cutting-edge modular construction methods and techniques, we were able to ensure that the building was up and ready in only six weeks, providing absolutely minimal disruption to the school and its surroundings.

Featuring two large, bespoke classrooms, completed with a gorgeous veranda and high-grade timbers, the building perfectly complements the school’s aesthetic and image. 

King’s Hawford were delighted with our responsiveness, speed and professionalism; we were able to carry out work despite the school being open, with minimal fuss, to a tight timescale. Almost like we weren’t there!

Total build time Six weeks.

The Result

We’re really proud of the end result — a high-tech, exquisitely-designed classroom block that, according to King’s Hawford teacher Richard Cook, is ‘not your normal day at school’.

Affectionately nicknamed ‘The Stables’, the building blends seamlessly into its rural setting, giving the sense of having always belonged.

This facility opens up new opportunities and possibilities for staff and pupils, providing an exciting new dynamic to the learning experience.

We chose The Stable Company because they were responsive to our needs. That’s not always the case; often companies will push you to something they want you to buy. This building has given us everything we needed.

Jim TurnerHeadteacher at King’s Hawford School

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