• West Winch Primary School
  • West Winch Primary School
  • West Winch Primary School
  • West Winch Primary School

About This Project

West Winch Primary School

Further to a successful tender we were asked to improve the front entrance for security but with the remit of making it ascetically please at the same time.

We built a stud wall incorporating a vison panel for light for the new reading area within the school complete with a manifestation of the school logo.

A lobby was constructed complete with a keypad security lock on a vison panelled door to allow them to see who is trying to gain access to the school.

All decorated to make the existing school colours to give the impression it had always been there.

Sports Equipment Store

Originally the school were thinking of scrapping the original store and purchasing one twice the size, obviously, this would be a costly exercise so Peniston proposed upcycling the original store as a more cost-effective solution.

We mirrored the existing slab and incorporated an overhang at the new entrance to avoid trampling in mud on the more inclement days.

Removing the end panel to expose the timber construction we constructed the new panels, roof structure and doors before replacing rotten timbers and strengthening the existing store before joining the two halves.

We install new roof covering and stained the complete structure to give a uniformity in appearance.

The sports teacher was not only delighted with the additional storage space but also the ascetics.

“I just wanted to say an enormous thank you for the superb work carried out by you and your company in school. The new reception area looks amazing - and the school logo on the window is wonderful - thank you so much! The children (and many adults) have commented how great it looks. The new PE shed is also superb - and the old half looks totally refreshed. Stephen Jacklin (Year 5 teacher and Sports Co-Ordinator) is now very keen to get the shed filled! Once again, many thanks - your high quality work is much appreciated.”