Thinking Buildings are delighted to have recently handed over this fantastic new Early Years building for nursery and reception age children at Christopher Rawlins Primary School at Adderbury village, Oxfordshire. This final phase completes this £2 million project to expand the school from a 30 to 45 pupil intake. The design is intended to be vibrant, fun and colourful. We think the finished building looks great and a little bit ‘playful’ with the hit and miss timber and colour cladding panels, the covered canopy and the external play area surrounding the mature oak tree.
The previous phases included new Key Stage classrooms, extended hall, new production kitchen and staff room together with new external play areas and a Multi Use Games Area (MUGA). The project was delivered with the Diocese of Oxford and Oxfordshire County Council.