This mixed use scheme for Salisbury School consists of a 3-storey Sixth Form Centre, with ten Key Worker Flats abutting it on the north side.
The Sixth Form Centre accommodates up to 125 students and staff, and incorporates general teaching rooms as well as a specialist computer suite. Other amenity areas include offices and various learning support rooms. The building also incorporates a separate sixth form common room and garden.
The Sixth Form Centre is utilised by students from Salisbury School as well as less advantaged people from a special school in the borough.
The Council was able to offset some of the costs of the new education building against the leasing arrangement with Christian Action Housing Association. This exciting and innovative initiative involved joint working between The London Borough of Enfield’s Education, Housing and Corporate departments. This scheme not only gave the school a new Sixth Form Centre, and vital workers in London a place to live, but also shows joint inter-departmental working at its best.