As part of a larger refurbishment programme at the school an area was reconfigured to provide space for the new food technology room. The room was relatively small but Klick were helpful in providing a number of design alternatives in order to find a solution that worked from a teaching perspective and made the most of the available space. The work was completed during term time but Klick’s installation team worked around the school timetable to minimise any disruption. We are delighted with the end result, particularly the Velstone work surfaces which are practical and add real impact to the look of the room
Kirsten Jowett, Headteacher – Wolfson Hillel Primary School
The school wanted to offer Food Technology as a new subject for their students. The brief was to fit out a new room, using our space planning experience to make the most of the relatively limited area created by reconfiguring a first floor landing area. The aim was to design an impressive contemporary facility with visual impact to inspire students.
Our design team worked in consultation with the teaching staff on a number of alternative layouts. The school were originally considering Trespa worktops but prefered the look and properties of Velstone, ultimately deciding Velstone would suit the modern look of the room and was worth the investment. The school staff opted for a neutral look featuring Titanium coloured doors with a splash of contrast colour created by the blue edging.
The school took advantage of our term-time discount and work began in November. Klick worked closely with the school’s preferred builder, discussing material choices and co-ordinating the timings of the installation to suit the school. Our installation team managed a quick turnaround and everything was completed according to schedule.