Logic Studio School Opens

The new Logic Studio School building was officially opened on Thursday, 23rd March 2017. During the ceremony guests were given a tour of the new facilities, and were able to see some of the exciting things the Logic students have been working on since moving into the new building.

Logic Studio School accommodates 300 students, aged 14-19, and specialises in Computer Technologies and International Business. Studio Schools operate a new approach to learning, which includes teaching through industry-led enterprise projects and work placements to offer a range of academic and vocational qualifications.

The School is part of the Tudor Park Education Trust, and the project was funded by the Education Funding Agency via the Free School programme. The new Studio School is situated in an existing two-storey building, which comprises the former Design Technology and Art rooms of Feltham Community College.

Designed by GSSArchitecture, the development includes a front extension, providing a new main entrance and circulation space to the first floor. Additionally, internal spaces have been remodelled in order to meet the new curriculum. The modern and unique design incorporates contemporary workspaces, as well as traditional teaching spaces, to prepare students for their professional careers.

Jay Lockwood, Principal of Logic Studio School said, “Our new building is the next step in an extremely exciting future for Logic Studio School. The big open spaces and natural light allow for flexible learning and a grown up approach to technology – it feels more like Google offices than a school. The downstairs has an industrial feel, whilst upstairs has a corporate office feel, with breakout areas aplenty. Importantly though, there are fantastic spaces for more traditional learning, this is a building which is modern and fresh but hasn’t forgotten that teachers also need to teach! We are so proud to have such a facility and the students are extremely lucky to be in a school which has been built with the modern, digital economy in mind.”