As part of the government’s £4.4 billion rebuilding programme, Reigate Park Primary School in Derby has received a high-tech new building.
As a result of £4.6 million worth of construction, the school’s old buildings have been replaced with a 2-storey building of insulated timber with modern heating, lighting and ventilation systems to ensure excellent energy efficiency.
Infants and juniors will all be taught under 1 roof, rather than in 2 separate buildings as previously. The new building also includes a dedicated, modern unit for deaf children.

Refreshed identity

The new revitalised school wanted a new identity to complement the new facilities and commissioned Ben8 & Co to create a design that reinforced the school’s ethos of caring and achievement.
The resulting design has been successfully applied throughout the new building and in every aspect of the school’s livery and communications.