- Project Status: Completed
- Start on site: May 2010
- Construction team: Cruden Group
- Architects: Atherden Fuller Leng Ltd
- Completion: Summer 2011
Work to refurbish the existing Lancasterian School commenced in May 2010. The school currently accommodates 94 pupils with physical disabilities. By 2011 the school will become a 75 place specialist support school for Communication and Interaction and Physical Disabilities.
The £2.6 m refurbishment of Lancastrian High School is part of Manchester City Council's wider Special Education Needs strategy which seeks to maximise inclusion opportunities for children with special needs in mainstream schools.
The new provision will cater for children and young people aged 3-16 and from September 2012 will include up to 25 places for those with severe language impairment.
For more information please see Lancasterian School Website.