Recent school building projects
There are many new school buildings in Lambeth that are bright exciting buildings, designed to be flexible and adaptable to the educational needs of our schools.
The legacy of recent capital investment will be improved standards of achievement, a collaborative and skilled workforce of teachers and support staff, an outstanding pool of resources, skills and knowledge and an appetite for learning.
Elm Court School opened in Elm Park SW2 in March 2009 and is operating as a special education needs, fully extended service school, with capacity for 100 pupils at key stages 3 and 4.
Park Campus opened on its new site on Gipsy Road, West Norwood in September 2008. It provides accomodation for behavioural support teams and alternative education provision for Lambeth's mainstream secondary schools.
The first school in the national BSF programme to receive an Excellent rating from the Committee for Architecture and tha Built Environment (CABE).
This is the first parent promoted school in the country and the first local authority school to be built in the borough for over forty years. The new building for the school opened in September 2009 on Elmcourt Road, West Norwood
The Michael Tippett School was both the first Building Schools for the Future (BSF) school in London and the first Special Education Needs (SEN) school to be built under the BSF programme.