Replacing former cramped Victorian premises, Haverstock School provides a high-tech facility with a clear and modern design. The main focus of the project was to provide a more spacious educational environment that would allow for the specialist provision of a wide range of arts and technical subjects.
Despite the site being restricted in size and built in phases, a wide variety of facilities, including a floodlit all weather pitch, have been incorporated by innovative use of the available space, focusing on students’ needs.
A co-educational comprehensive for nearly 1,100 students, the school transforms into a popular venue for a plethora of community events after school hours.
Designed by celebrated architect’s Feilden Clegg Bradley, the school has become an excellent example of urban educational accommodation that positively affects the wider community and landscape.
A striking civic presence on Haverstock Hill, the school provides an outstanding learning and community resource for pupils and residents to enjoy.