Our premises and facilities
Blessed by light
St Saviour’s has eight classes including a nursery in a one storey building. We are blessed by an abundance of light which fills the corridors, the classrooms and the hall. The school was brilliantly designed so that even areas without outside walls are lit by sky-lights. Each class opens onto the playground which surrounds the whole school, and is presided over by the gleaming Canary Wharf towers!
We have recently made a huge investment in our outdoor areas: we have adventure play areas where the children can challenge themselves; nature areas where children can grow vegetables and learn about wild-life; a story-telling theatre; a chicken run with egg-laying chickens – and we even have an orchard, all in the very centre of the inner-city.
Trees For Cities have been responsible for planting around the playground and their input has enhanced our facilities which are now second to none. In 2012 we had The Queen’s Walk Window Garden, previously installed on the South Bank, moved to our infants’ playground.
All our junior classrooms have recently been extended, some are now twice their original size, and all are fitted with the latest computer screen-boards.