Tilbury Douglas (@Tilbury_douglas), a leading UK building, infrastructure, engineering and fitout company, has handed over Halcyon Way, a new Special Education Needs (SEN) school for children in Oldham, Greater Manchester. The new facility provides places for 152 pupils, aged two to eleven, of which 12 will be early-years places and will be part of Kingfisher Learning Trust.
The 3,231 square metre new building has been delivered using latest mixed reality technology and includes a two-storey building with a range of therapy and sensory spaces, as well as external play areas and car parking facilities.
Phil Shaw, Divisional Director for the North West at Tilbury Douglas, commented:
“We are proud to successfully handover this important educational project, which is integral to the learning and development of Oldham’s children.”Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in