Shaun Prichard was the Project Architect whilst working for B3 Architects for Three Ways School, a community special school which provides for 207 children ranging from 4 to 19 years old with a wide range of special educational needs.
Three Ways is divided into primary, secondary and sixth form departments to enable curriculum delivery and expectations age appropriate to all pupils from 4 – 19 years. Shaun Prichard was the architect for the school which he designed to be a specialist school of creativity for pupils with physical and sensory disabilities. It offers the full national curriculum as a basis for curriculum development and adds a wide range of additional activities for personal and social growth. All pupils are encouraged and supported to access learning and achieve the highest possible standards, the building and grounds offer an excellent range of facilities and resources.
Through consultation with all stakeholders including the school, the scheme tastefully incorporates an existing listed building alongside calm modern grounds & facilities. All pupils are encouraged and supported to access physical and sensory learning to achieve the highest possible standards. (Photographs kindly endorsed by B3 Architects.)