HEAVERS FARM PRIMARY SCHOOL

Heavers Farm Primary School
Heavers Farm Primary School (London Borough of Croydon) by Contemporary and Modern architects Baart Harries Newall (BHN architects) based in Shrewsbury.
A New Two Form Entry Primary School.
Winner of a 1998 Civic Trust Award.  Described by the awarding committee as ‘a welcoming and innovative building that makes a real contribution to primary school design and is clearly enjoyed by pupils and staff.
  
 
  
 
CLIENT:
London Borough of Croydon
 
LOCATION:
58 Dinsdale Gardens, London, SE25 6LT
 
CONSTRUCTION VALUE:
Confidential
 
AWARDS:
Civic Trust Award 1998
Croydon Design Award 1997
  1. Heavers Farm Primary School (London Borough of Croydon) by Contemporary and Modern architects Baart Harries Newall (BHN architects) based in Shrewsbury.
  2. Heavers Farm Primary School (London Borough of Croydon) by Contemporary and Modern architects Baart Harries Newall (BHN architects) based in Shrewsbury.
  3. Heavers Farm Primary School (London Borough of Croydon) by Contemporary and Modern architects Baart Harries Newall (BHN architects) based in Shrewsbury.
  4. Heavers Farm Primary School (London Borough of Croydon) by Contemporary and Modern architects Baart Harries Newall (BHN architects) based in Shrewsbury.
  5. Heavers Farm Primary School (London Borough of Croydon) by Contemporary and Modern architects Baart Harries Newall (BHN architects) based in Shrewsbury.
  6. Heavers Farm Primary School (London Borough of Croydon) by Contemporary and Modern architects Baart Harries Newall (BHN architects) based in Shrewsbury.
  7. Heavers Farm Primary School (London Borough of Croydon) by Contemporary and Modern architects Baart Harries Newall (BHN architects) based in Shrewsbury.
  8. Heavers Farm Primary School (London Borough of Croydon) by Contemporary and Modern architects Baart Harries Newall (BHN architects) based in Shrewsbury.
"This is a wonderful new school with modern facilities offering a stimulating and exciting learning environment which will serve thousands of local children well into the next century."
Cllr Valerie Shawcross, chair of the Educational Comittee 1998. 
 
"This is a welcoming and innovative building that makes a real contriution to primary school design and is clearly enjoyed by pupils and staff."
Civic Trust, 1998.