Caroline is an Associate at Bond Bryan and one of the senior Architects experienced in the design and delivery of Education Projects.
Caroline has considerable experience with school design and a personal interest in special education needs, where engagement with the client and stakeholders is key. As such, she brings an understanding of the specific requirements across the special needs spectrum and enjoys working with the end users to adopt their ideas into the design, ensuring their involvement from inception to completion on site.
She has recently completed a residential and day school for Special Educational boys aged 10 – 16 years old. Pupils at the school have a range of learning needs that centre on their Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) difficulties. The school caters for 69 pupil places for boys and – as part of the educational and pastoral offering at the school – Langham Oaks also offers pupils the option of residential boarding during the week, returning to their home at the weekend.
- SEMH Learning Environments: One Size Does Not Fit All
Tuesday 15 October 12:00