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  1. Learning Resource Centre (LRC)
  2. Reception
  3. Dining Area (Secondary)
  4. The Street
  5. Dining Area (Primary)
  6. ICT Suite (Primary)
  7. Food Technology (Primary)
  8. KS2
  9. Outdoor Area (Beaumont Hill)
  10. Primary Playground
  11. KS1
  12. Outdoor Area
  13. Foundation Stage (Springfield)
  14. Sensory Theatre & Soft Play
  15. Performance Hall
  16. Drama & Dance
  17. The Village Street
  18. Swimming Pool & Hydrotherapy Pool
  19. Sportshall
  20. The Stephenson Centre
  21. Playing Fields
  22. Multi Use Games Area
  23. Access to Learning and The Carlbury Centre
  24. The Village Green
  25. Art
  26. Music
  27. Science
  28. Virtual Suite
  29. Languages
  30. Circulation Area (outdoor)
  31. Humanities
  32. Outdoor Area
  33. English
  34. Maths
  35. Food Technology (Beaumont Hill)
  36. Textiles
  37. Design Technology
Learning Resource Centre (LRC)

1. Learning Resource Centre (LRC)

Learning Resource Centre (LRC)

Our Learning Resource Centre provides a state of the art library and study area for all children in The Education Village. It allows our children to work in a calm and peaceful environment before, during and after the school day with relevant technology at their disposal. This is also our centre for Family Learning.

Reception

2. Reception

Reception

All visitors are asked to sign in with Reception before being granted access through electronic door security. Our Visitors Book and plasma information screen will give you more information about our school while you wait.

Dining Area (Secondary)

3. Dining Area (Secondary)

Dining Area (Secondary)

Our Secondary dining area provides our students with the opportunity to sit with friends over their lunch break to enjoy healthy food from the wide and varied menu on offer.

The Street

4. The Street

The Street

The concept of The Village Street is to replicate a typical village high street. Along The Village Street you will find dining areas, reception, performance and sports facilities.

Dining Area (Primary)

5. Dining Area (Primary)

Dining Area (Primary)

Our primary age children have their own designated dining areas in which they can enjoy a hot meal or packed lunch whilst chatting with their friends.

ICT Suite (Primary)

6. ICT Suite (Primary)

ICT Suite (Primary)

Our state of the art primary ICT Suite is air-conditioned and houses thirty computers with flat screen monitors ensuring all children in a class get full access to the technology on offer.

Food Technology (Primary)

7. Food Technology (Primary)

Food Technology (Primary)

The children in Springfield Primary and Beaumont Hill Primary have their own Food Technology room fully equipped with everything they need to learn the basic skills they need. Our Primary Breakfast Club is also based here.

KS2

8. KS2

KS2

Springfield Primary KS2 and Beaumont Hill Primary KS2 have their own appropriate, purpose built, spacious, well equipped classrooms. All classrooms have networked computers as well as an interactive whiteboard and projector. Every learning space is bright and naturally. All classrooms have access to an outdoor learning space.

Outdoor Area (Beaumont Hill)

9. Outdoor Area (Beaumont Hill)

Outdoor Area (Beaumont Hill)

Children in Beaumont Hill Primary have their own dedicated outdoor learning area. The area has been designed to provide a sensory, tactile environment to stimulate learning beyond the classroom.

Primary Playground

10. Primary Playground

Primary Playground

We have extensive playground areas for the children in Primary. We have numerous playground markings and children enjoy their time playing and skipping with friends as well as taking part in the odd game of football! We also have quiet areas where children can sit on a bench and chat with their friends.

KS1

11. KS1

KS1

Springfield Primary KS1 and Beaumont Hill Primary KS1 have separate purpose built, spacious, well equipped classrooms. All rooms have networked computers as well as an interactive whiteboard and projector. All classrooms have access to an outdoor learning space. Every learning space is bright and naturally lit. All classrooms have access to an outdoor learning space.

Outdoor Area

12. Outdoor Area

Outdoor Area

We have extensive playground areas for the children in Primary. We have numerous playground markings and children enjoy their time playing and skipping with friends as well as taking part in the odd game of football! We also have quiet areas where children can sit on a bench and chat with their friends.

Foundation Stage (Springfield)

13. Foundation Stage (Springfield)

Foundation Stage (Springfield)

Our Reception and Nursery classes benefit from a fantastic open plan teaching area with a super outdoor learning environment and purpose built outdoor classroom.

Sensory Theatre & Soft Play

14. Sensory Theatre & Soft Play

Sensory Theatre & Soft Play

Our Sensory Theatre and Soft Play area provides primary aged children with access to sensory experiences to support and stimulate their learning.

Performance Hall

15. Performance Hall

Performance Hall

The unique design of our Performance Hall provides all of our children with an opportunity to fulfil their creative potential. With an indoor seating capacity of 200 and an outdoor capacity of 2000 our Performance Hall is a stunning venue to showcase our children's talents.

Drama & Dance

16. Drama & Dance

Drama & Dance

Confirming our commitment to the Arts we have bespoke Dance and Drama studios to support children's creativity.

The Village Street

17. The Village Street

The Village Street

The concept of The Village Street is to replicate a typical village high street. Along The Village Street you will find dining areas, reception, performance and sports facilities.

Swimming Pool & Hydrotherapy Pool

18. Swimming Pool & Hydrotherapy Pool

Swimming Pool & Hydrotherapy Pool

Every child, from the day they start school, has access to an appropriate swimming experience either in our 25 metre swimming pool or our sensory hydrotherapy pool. This supports our ambition that every child learns the importance of water safety as well as using swimming to keep healthy. Our swimming pools also support extended community use seven days a week.

Sportshall

19. Sportshall

Sportshall

Our four court Sports Hall supports a variety of indoor sporting activities including basketball, volleyball, cricket and netball. Our Sports Hall is also a major centre for extended community use seven days a week.

The Stephenson Centre

20. The Stephenson Centre

The Stephenson Centre

The Stephenson Centre is an established SEBD provision that provides full time education for students failing to thrive in mainstream schools.

Playing Fields

21. Playing Fields

Playing Fields

Externally, we have seven full size football pitches maintained to professional standards. In addition to providing ample access for school use the playing fields also support extensive community use.

Multi Use Games Area

22. Multi Use Games Area

Multi Use Games Area

The three court Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) provides external space for a variety of sports including tennis, netball, basketball and five-a-side football.

Access to Learning and The Carlbury Centre

23. Access to Learning and The Carlbury Centre

Access to Learning and The Carlbury Centre

Exciting, bespoke learning spaces for children aged 11-19 within Beaumont Hill School.

The Village Green

24. The Village Green

The Village Green

Following the theme of a typical English village The Village Green is a passive social space where young people can meet up at break time and lunchtime to chat with their friends. The Village Green also acts as the outdoor seating area for performances.

Art

25. Art

Art

The large naturally lit classrooms provide inspirational settings for creating art work. The design of our Art rooms ensures the curriculum is accessible for all with induction looping and rise and fall furniture.

Music

26. Music

Music

The well equipped and state of the art music facilities support our ambitious commitment to the arts.

Science

27. Science

Science

Our six fully equipped and imaginatively designed Science laboratories provide the perfect setting for ensuring our young people reach their full potential in the key curriculum area of Science.

Virtual Suite

28. Virtual Suite

Virtual Suite

Our Virtual Reality Suite includes 'green screen technology', a 3D cinema curriculum experience and state of the art television studio. This is complemented by a suite of Apple Mac computers.

Languages

29. Languages

Languages

Our Language labs and dedicated language classrooms allow us to equip our children with the language skills they need to succeed in the global workplace.

Circulation Area (outdoor)

30. Circulation Area (outdoor)

Circulation Area (outdoor)

The deliberately designed open air connection bridge spans the Humanities and English teaching areas whilst providing our children with fresh air as they move around the school.

Humanities

31. Humanities

Humanities

The Humanities subject area delivers the History, Geography, RE and PSHCE curriculum in naturally lit teaching areas which allow children to use modern technology to support their learning.

Outdoor Area

32. Outdoor Area

Outdoor Area

Our outdoor environment mixes the natural woodland vegetation with high quality external play areas.

English

33. English

English

Our outdoor environment mixes the natural woodland vegetation with high quality external play areas.

Maths

34. Maths

Maths

This area of our school helps to support the delivery of a high quality Mathematics curriculum in naturally lit teaching areas allowing children to use modern technology to reach their full potential.

Food Technology (Beaumont Hill)

35. Food Technology (Beaumont Hill)

Food Technology (Beaumont Hill)

The modern, high specification Food Technology classrooms ensure that all children can access this exciting and engaging area of the school curriculum.

Textiles

36. Textiles

Textiles

The 'industry standard' equipped Textiles area with sewing, embroidery and overlocking machinery enhances the curriculum allowing children to produce outstanding work.

Design Technology

37. Design Technology

Design Technology

This area of our school supports the delivery of 'Resistant Materials', Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Electronics. Equipped with laser cutters, CNC routers, plastic injection moulding and thermoforming centres, the quality of equipment provision allows children to reach their full potential at school whilst preparing them for their future careers.