North Wales Best Practice Club – Rhyl High School
Education can be one of the most complex and yet rewarding types of project and so it makes sense to learn from some of the best delivers of school buildings.
The North Wales Best Practice Club is giving you the chance to see a best practice presentation and tour of the new Rhyl High School from the team behind it – Willmott Dixon. On the back of its award winning Ysgol-y-Gogarth school – delivered for pupils requiring special needs education – its team has been responsible for the design and construction of a new secondary school for 1,200 pupils age 11 -16 in nearby Rhyl, North Wales. Willmott Dixon has provided 10,100 square metres of space arranged over three storeys, which is also a base for 45 pupils from the nearby community special school, Ysgol Tir Morfa. Head teacher Claire Armistead: "I can't believe this is ours, it's amazing! You can't walk through here without seeing through every classroom, through every area. I can't imagine how well this turned out; it's beyond my best dream!"
Come and find out how they delivered the project and why the head teacher is so thrilled on 5th July.
How to Book: To reserve your place please email CEWales Events stating your full contact details and the names of all delegates wishing to attend.
To become a club member please visit our best practice page
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