Building Development Plan

Building Development Plan

Box Hill School has been investing heavily in building development since 2005 with the following projects having been completed on schedule:
 

ATWOOD BOARDING HOUSE: Opened by HRH The Princess Royal in 2005, Atwood House comprises boarding accommodation for 20 students in double rooms with en suite showers over two floors, with staff accommodation in the roof.  In 2010 it was extended with two classrooms that will eventually form the Common Room, and more staff accommodation.  

CONSTANTINE HOUSE BOARDING EXTENSION: A boarding extension for nine students and staff accommodation, completed in 2008.  

DINING HALL: A replacement Dining Room to accommodate the growing school, completed in 2006.  The original area was designed for 275 pupils.  The new open plan design, with under-floor heating, can now process 600 for lunch in 75 minutes.   

MUSIC SCHOOL: A £1million new Music School with classroom, Recital Room, five sound-proof Practice Rooms, Drum Room and Studio.  Opened by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh in 2009. 

SIXTH FORM CENTRE AND CLASSROOM BLOCK: Our new Sixth Form Centre and Classroom Block was completed in January 2015.  The Sixth Form Centre houses a Common Room with kitchenette and audio visual facility, changing rooms and a locker room.  Eight new classrooms over two floors, with two IT suites on the third floor, a Careers Office, and four additional offices. The new multi-million pound centre was opened by his Royal Highness Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece, son or our Patron, King Constantine. Our other distinguished guest was Mrs Sophie Weidlich, who is the daughter of the late Jocelin Winthrop-Young, founder of the Round Square association of schools and after whom the building is named.  

If you have any questions, then please do not hesitate to contact us and we would be delighted to discuss our proposed plans in greater detail.

NEW SPORTS HALL

Plans are progressing well for Box Hill’s new sports hall build on the site of the old netball courts construction will aim to start at the beginning of December 2016 with an 18 month build planned.