Teaching Walls and New Contemporary Furniture

After a rigorous selection process, TaskSpace was selected for the provision and installation of Learnstor Teaching Walls throughout the Art & Design Centre of Cheam School. The TaskSpace team was thrilled to be working in partnership with one of the most prestigious preparatory schools in the country, with illustrious alumni including Prince Charles!

After liaising closely with the team at Cheam and a third party building contractor, TaskSpace drew up a number of plans to revolutionise the classrooms by installing bespoke Learnstor Teaching Walls. The main focus was to enhance the existing teaching facilities and create a number of ordered, organised learning spaces – which are a delight to study and teach in.

Clear communication between TaskSpace, the architect and the contractor ensured that the installation of all the Learnstor Teaching Walls was right first time, which is no mean feat considering the Art & Design Centre is a curved building without straight walls!

TaskSpace also supplied furniture for new build classrooms, reception areas and administration rooms. The entire project, including installation, cost just under £100,000 and has been very well received by students, parents and teaching staff.

“I worked very closely with TaskSpace when Cheam School built its new £1.75 million, two storey, Pre-Prep School and Art & Design Centre in 2014. TaskSpace were awarded the contract to fit out all of the classrooms with their high quality, bespoke design, fitted storage facilities. Each classroom was different in size and shape and with differing requirements. The materials and fittings needed to be robust but aesthetic to the eye and practical for the teacher. I am pleased to say that TaskSpace met our specification and standards at all levels and on time, and and we are extremely happy with the finished product. I would also add that the liaison and relationship approach taken by TaskSpace during the build in making sure the client was satisfied was second to none.”

Mark Smith, Bursar