Category Archives: Education

Roedean School has been featured in the May 2015 edition of the iconic, Tatler Magazine!


BuckleyGrayYeoman’s 5-star transformation of the four main boarding houses have been named “The swankiest boarding houses in the world” by journalist Georgina Blackwell.


The full article is available to read by clicking through the images (right).

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The Sunday Times | Style

26 February 2015

“Using bold colour and cool british designers, Roedean has redefined boarding school for the 21st Century”, says journalist Giovanna Dunmall.     Following our recent completion of the Grade II listed boarding houses at one of the UK’s leading independent girls’ schools, BuckleyGrayYeoman’s interiors for Roedean School have been unveiled with an exclusive in The Sunday Times Style Magazine. This is the first time The Style Magazine has ran a full non-domestic interiors feature.   The article features a ‘Girl’s-Eye View’ which includes interviews with current students about how the refurbishment has changed the way they study & socialise, along with an interview with Annie Sheaf (former student and…

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Case Study: Forest School

28 November 2014

Following the completion of The Martin Centre for Innovation at Forest School, The Architects’ Journal Specification magazine has featured a 7-page case study on the building within their ‘Brick & Stone’ edition. The article looks at BuckleyGrayYeoman’s selection of the Petersen Tegl buff brick which was chosen to complement the existing variety of brickwork across the school.   The new-build project has been shortlisted within the Education category of the 2014 Architect of the Year Awards.      

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On 11th Nov, I was honoured to be asked to speak at the launch of the Hackney Council’s ‘Hackney 100’ apprenticeship programme, following the placement of our first apprentice, Darlington Nwosu from City Academy. The event was featured on the front page of Hackney Today.

By asking local businesses to take on apprentices, the programme aims to have a transformative effect on preparing young people for work in the future, especially those young people who do not have the social networks and opportunities to secure work placement opportunities. Unlike many other apprenticeships/work placements, each young person is paid the Living Wage.

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Forest School | Completion

29 September 2014

BuckleyGrayYeoman has completed The Martin Centre for Innovation, a new dedicated IT facility at Forest School, London. The 6,500 sq ft two-storey building consists of a state-of-the-art IT Library, study spaces, meeting rooms and a dance studio.

Reflecting the predominant material on the campus, the building was constructed of brick at first and second floor levels. On the ground floor the building was designed to provide a greater degree of transparency and accessibility, with a fully glazed elevation to the north, opening onto a colonnade next to the playing fields. To work with the massing of the adjacent buildings, the building was stepped at the second…

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