The new buildings for Bow School were designed closely with the senior team at the school to offer exemplary teaching and learning spaces for the 1600 pupils, boys and girls, and to make these available for use by the wider community. The School mitigates the challenges of its context and contributes to the regeneration of its immediate locality, improving the public realm, offering community facilities and ensuring its design allows for future projects which will continue to improve the environment in this area of the River Lea valley.
This sweet film by filmmaker Alex J Wright succeeds in conveying the impact the new buildings have had on the pupils and staff. The film shows the spaces of the school in use and how good design supports the clearly excellent teaching and support for all pupils.
We would like to thank Bow School and Alex for allowing us to use this film both on our Vimeo site and website.