In recent years, Slough has experienced an explosion in its population and with it a demand for more school places. Slough Borough Council has commenced a multi-million pound investment in primary and secondary school buildings – to provide enough places for Slough’s current and future young people. The work is being delivered by Slough Urban Renewal (SUR).
As part of a multi-million pound investment in primary and secondary school buildings, extensions and new schools, the work at James Elliman involved an extension to the dining hall and a total of six new classrooms including five in a brand new block. There was also a new footpath installed and outdoor landscaping work. All work was completed before the children returned to school after the summer holidays in September 2017.