The school has been designed by architect’s 20/20 Liverpool, the council’s design joint venture partnership, with BioClad’s innovative Digital range specified for prominent front of house areas. PhotoClad was used to relay key messages which have significant resonance to the students, staff and community of Croxteth Primary School, Liverpool.
As part of a complete development, BioClad was also used in back of house hygienic areas including commercial kitchens and disabled shower areas. The new school with provide facilities for more than 300 children, replacing an existing building.
Councillor Jane Corbett, Liverpool City Council Cabinet member for education, said: “This is a significant investment in a new community facility and is not just a momentous day for the school, but the entire local community.