Better educational outcomes are achieved in schools where the environment supports a positive learning experience for both teachers and pupils.
The Sunesis approach has been adopted throughout the UK and is proven to significantly reduce the risk, time and cost involved in delivering new schools, without compromising on the high-quality spaces that your community deserves.
Sunesis school Primrose Lane Primary has been shortlisted in the “Education Project of the Year” category for the Michelmores Property Awards 2018.
Can offsite technologies play a major part in solving the school places crisis? Fran Cox talks about how schools can benefit from a modular approach.
Our Operations Director, Fran Cox, had an interview with Construction Manager looking at her plans for the future of Sunesis
We are delighted to handover Monksmoor #Primary #school to @DaventryDC and hope both pupils and teachers enjoy this fantastic new learning environment. Read more https://t.co/tWLgacpIJU pic.twitter.com/ptcg6DMk3L— Sunesis (@sunesis) May 24, 2018
Pre-designed by our specialist education architects, our #schools are ideal for private #developers, as they are delivered in guaranteed timescales with minimum disruption. https://t.co/AjkSV6E2ig pic.twitter.com/c6gMWiZRbd— Sunesis (@sunesis) May 16, 2018
The @MichelmoresLaw Property Awards showcase the best of the South West region’s buildings and we are proud to be shortlisted. Read more about the awards here https://t.co/YZs1Iq62Co pic.twitter.com/fmbwtVyV8h— Sunesis (@sunesis) May 1, 2018
St Andrews #school needed to accommodate more pupils after new housing was built in the area. See how we provided 300 #schoolplaces in just 42 weeks. https://t.co/U4mX6UcN88 pic.twitter.com/IHaIihgxWu— Sunesis (@sunesis) April 26, 2018