Sheringham Woodfields School, Norfolk

We are currently working with Sheringham Woodfields school to build a pioneering Sensory Integration and trampoline rebound therapy facility to complement the extensive SEN services that the school already provides for Norfolk. The design of this much needed facility has been developed in close collaboration with the school and SI specialists. We are thrilled to be given the rare opportunity to design a completely new-build facility which is intended to set the benchmark for SI teaching and care for children with autism, a responsibility which we are taking very seriously.

Photography by Chris Taylor


2021 – Design and Craftmanship Awards; Non-Residential: Commendation

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