John Leggott College has recently been granted T-Level Capital Funding to transform existing facilities within a 1960’s teaching block at the heart of the college campus. The project aims to transform existing teaching spaces to support the delivery of new T-Level qualifications in Health and Healthcare. 

Proposals for the scheme include the comprehensive renovation and reorganisation of the existing spaces to improve accessibility issues associated with the existing layout of interconnected cellular rooms. This will provide a fully integrated teaching facility that includes a demonstration hospital ward, assisted living rehabilitation area, assessment rooms and classrooms.

Glazed partitions, allow for external observation, with transitional spaces reworked to provide both viewing spaces and waiting areas where students can gather to reflect on practical activities with their teachers and peers, helping refine their practice.

This state-of-the-art learning environment will ensure that students are fully prepared for industry within the healthcare sector.

Evans McDowall Architects are looking forward to the project starting on site in the coming months.