A Rolling Program of Classroom Upgrades

Moulsford Preparatory School approached TaskSpace with a brief to upgrade their classrooms, with an emphasis on maximising teaching space. As a leading independent school with exceptionally high standards, it was crucial to set the school apart by designing classrooms that would wow students, parents and teaching staff alike.

With such a high-grade establishment, a one-size-fits-all approach for every classroom simply wouldn’t work. The TaskSpace team liaised with the staff at Moulsford closely to identify the precise requirements of each individual space and then designed a series of bespoke classroom layouts.

Once the plans for each classroom had been agreed, we set to work, rolling out each classroom installation during the Summer holidays, to minimise disruption. The biggest challenge, however, was presented by the building itself. Sloping ceilings, exposed beams and prominent pillars really put our installation team to the test – but in true TaskSpace style, each classroom was delivered on time and on budget.

Although the program of classroom upgrades at Moulsford continues to roll, each classroom so far has cost between £11,000 and £15,000 – for brand new furniture, integrated storage and teaching walls.

“I have been working closely with TaskSpace for the last three years.  During this time, Moulsford has extended its buildings to include three new classrooms and a new IT suite, as well as upgrading existing offices and classrooms. We awarded TaskSpace the contract to fit bespoke storage furniture and facilities as they understood exactly what we wanted, and we were very impressed by the excellent quality of the product.  This quality is echoed in the installation process, which was also key for us. Our teaching staff are delighted with the practicality of the new facilities, as well as the clean and modern appearance, and we are all very happy with the end result. TaskSpace have been both easy and professional to work with, and I am very happy to recommend them and their products to others.”

John Wilder, Bursar