Future Developments

A word from the Headmaster

Over the last twelve years the school has invested heavily in the infrastructure of the site. This has been managed through a combination of careful budgeting, borrowing and fundraising. These new facilities have not only helped the day-to-day functioning of the school, but helped Sandroyd maintain its position as one of the leading prep schools in the country.

We are now focused on three smaller, but exciting, projects which will see us move forward. Artist’s impressions of all the projects are shown in this brochure. I hope that all those connected with Sandroyd – parents, Old Sandroydians and friends of the school will be able to help in however small a way. Should you have any questions or ideas on funding these exciting new developments please do not hesitate to contact me.

Memorial Cloister

A beautifully designed new cloister to link the old house and the main teaching block, theatre and sports hall. It will include stone plaques commemorating the lives of all Old Sandroydians who fought and died in conflict, particularly in the two World Wars.

There will be doors leading into the Art and D.T. rooms. The cloister will face out over the garden and the parkland beyond. Please view the video to the right for more details.

Click below to view the floor plans:

The below images show the expected interior and exterior views of the cloister development.

 

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The Studio

A new studio space located in the old workshop off the Masters’ Yard. This will be used for a wide range of purposes such as drama lessons, dance and ballet lessons, parent gatherings and meetings, exam room and some team teas.

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The Pavilion

Urgently needed renovation to help save and then extend our much-loved pavilion to include better changing and catering facilities and a viewing deck. The work will enable us to provide a first class pavilion to include electricity(!), shower and changing facilities for boys and girls, as well as saving the structure itself.

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