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Latest News

 Thursday 19th March 2015

Building Update

The end of the spring term is almost in sight which means that the school is nearly ready to move to the Sheen Lane site.  Handover of the building from Willmott Dixon took place on Friday13th March.  The school move will take place during the Easter holidays and we will open the doors at the new site on Wendesday 15th April for the start of the summer term. 

 

Tuesday 20th January 2015

Building Update

At the weekend the new classrooms for the Sheen Lane site were delivered.  Two large cranes were brought in to lift the classrooms into place.

  

 

Thursday 18th December 2014

Building Update

Please see the attached bulletin from Willmott Dixon with details of the progress at our Sheen Lane site.

Bulletin

 

Friday 5th September 2014

Building Update

Works on the Sheen Lane site, which will house pupils from Reception to Year 3, will begin on the 22nd September.

Because of an unexpectedly high volume of work for our contractor Willmott Dixon, they are scheduled to finish in early March 2015 instead of December 2014, as originally planned. This will allow our current Reception and Year 1 pupils to be based in Sheen Lane from the beginning of the Summer Term, on the 15th April.

If you have any questions or would like more information about the planning and building process, please contact the Chair of Governors, Matteo Rossetti at matteo.rossetti@thomsonhouseschool.org

 

Friday 16th May 2014

Building Update

We are very pleased to confirm that our planning application for the refurbishment and new build at 27 Sheen Lane has been approved!

This is a crucial milestone for Thomson House. We are beginning preliminary work immediately and we expect full building work to begin during the Autumn Term. 

This is due to be completed in time for the school's move to Sheen Lane at Easter 2015. This will be the permanent site for Thomson House’s Reception, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3. 

Thank you to all the parents who participated in the consultation; your support was extremely powerful. Thank you also to Lord True, Leader of the Council, Cll Hodgins, Cabinet Member for Schools and Nick Whitfield, Director of Education, for all their support throughout this process. 

If you have any questions or would like more information about the planning and building process, please contact the Chair of Governors, Matteo Rossetti at matteo.rossetti@thomsonhouseschool.org