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Crookham Junior School, Crookham, Hampshire: the reception area

RIBA159269
Edward Cullinan Architects
NOTES: This was a refurbishment of a Mark 1, Second Consortium of Local Authorites (SCOLA) schools, built in the 1960s by Hampshire County Council. The refurbishment centered round the replacing, recladding and insulating much of the original fabric. See RIBA133135 for a black and white version of this image.

Crookham Junior School, Crookham, Hampshire: detail of the new insulating south facing rooflights with their large heavy rolling wooden shutters

RIBA159270
Edward Cullinan Architects
NOTES: This was a refurbishment of a Mark 1, Second Consortium of Local Authorites (SCOLA) schools, built in the 1960s by Hampshire County Council. The refurbishment centered round the replacing, recladding and insulating much of the original fabric. The heavy rolling shutters are counterweighted and are operated by a rope and rachet winching system.

Crookham Junior School, Crookham, Hampshire: the new roof structure

RIBA159271
Edward Cullinan Architects
NOTES: This was a refurbishment of a Mark 1, Second Consortium of Local Authorites (SCOLA) schools, built in the 1960s by Hampshire County Council. The refurbishment centered round the replacing, recladding and insulating much of the original fabric. See RIBA133135 for a black and white version of this image.

Crookham Junior School, Crookham, Hampshire: detail of corner cladding

RIBA159272
Edward Cullinan Architects
NOTES: This was a refurbishment of a Mark 1, Second Consortium of Local Authorites (SCOLA) schools, built in the 1960s by Hampshire County Council. The refurbishment centered round the replacing, recladding and insulating much of the original fabric. See RIBA133135 for a black and white version of this image.

Crookham Junior School, Crookham, Hampshire: the shutter winching operating system designed in the shape of an aeroplane

RIBA159273
Edward Cullinan Architects
NOTES: This was a refurbishment of a Mark 1, Second Consortium of Local Authorites (SCOLA) schools, built in the 1960s by Hampshire County Council. The refurbishment centered round the replacing, recladding and insulating much of the original fabric.

Crookham Junior School, Crookham, Hampshire: detail of the 'owl face' porte cochere, which provides a new covered link between the two blocks

RIBA159274
Edward Cullinan Architects
NOTES: This was a refurbishment of a Mark 1, Second Consortium of Local Authorites (SCOLA) schools, built in the 1960s by Hampshire County Council. The refurbishment centered round the replacing, recladding and insulating much of the original fabric.

Crookham Junior School, Crookham, Hampshire: the new roof structure

RIBA159275
Edward Cullinan Architects
NOTES: This was a refurbishment of a Mark 1, Second Consortium of Local Authorites (SCOLA) schools, built in the 1960s by Hampshire County Council. The refurbishment centered round the replacing, recladding and insulating much of the original fabric.

Netley Abbey Infants School, Netley, Hampshire: the conservatory used as cloakroom entrance and classroom overflow

RIBA159276
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: The school built on the principles of energy efficiency, replaces two Victorian buildings and is located in the grounds of an existing SCOLA system-built junior school.

Netley Abbey Infants School, Netley, Hampshire: the assembly hall

RIBA159277
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: The school built on the principles of energy efficiency, replaces two Victorian buildings and is located in the grounds of an existing SCOLA system-built junior school.

Netley Abbey Infants School, Netley, Hampshire: the conversatory reception area

RIBA159278
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: The school built on the principles of energy efficiency, replaces two Victorian buildings and is located in the grounds of an existing SCOLA system-built junior school.

Netley Abbey Infants School, Netley, Hampshire: the assembly hall

RIBA159279
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: The school built on the principles of energy efficiency, replaces two Victorian buildings and is located in the grounds of an existing SCOLA system-built junior school.

Netley Abbey Infants School, Netley, Hampshire: a classroom

RIBA159280
Hampshire County Council. County Architects Department
NOTES: The school built on the principles of energy efficiency, replaces two Victorian buildings and is located in the grounds of an existing SCOLA system-built junior school.
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