Allford Hall Monaghan Morris’ work in the education sector has helped to set new standards for learning environments. Our commitment to this sector can be seen through early award winning projects such as Notley Green School and Jubilee School, Lambeth; Westminster Academy at the Naim Dangoor Centre; and projects at Chobham Academy in the Olympic Village, Kirk Balk School in Barnsley, and Ermine Street Church Academy at Alconbury. In 2015 Burntwood School, a state secondary school in south London, won the RIBA Stirling Prize with judges describing it as ‘education architecture as it should be’.

Link Year Title Location
1999 Great Notley Primary School Essex
2013 Ravensbourne College Learning Resource Centre Greenwich, London
1996 St. Mary's Nursery Camden, London
2020 Western Gateway Elementary Oklahoma City , USA
2013 Waverley School Birmingham, UK
2013 ARK All Saints Academy Southwark, London
2014 Burntwood School Wandsworth, London
2012 Dagenham Park CofE School Dagenham, London
2016 Ermine Street Church Academy Huntingdon, UK
2016 Hawley Primary School Camden, London
2011 Holy Trinity Barnsley, UK
2014 Scape Greenwich Greenwich, London
2018 University of Amsterdam Amsterdam, Netherlands
2007 Westminster Academy at the Naim Dangoor Centre Westminster, London
2015 Westminster Bridge Road Waterloo, London
2012 Chobham Academy Stratford, London
2015 St John Bosco School Battersea, London
2012 Oaklands College St Albans, UK
2007 Barking Learning Centre Barking, London
2012 Kingswood College Hull, UK
2002 Jubilee Primary School Lambeth, London
2011 Kirk Balk Barnsley, UK

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