Inclusive sports centre launches at St Andrews prep school in Berkshire

A £4m fully inclusive multi sports centre has opened at St Andrew’s School in Berkshire,
a co-educational independent Berkshire preparatory school.

The centre has been developed in consultation with the disability sports charity SportsAble to ensure the delivery of inclusive sport.

Facilities meet disability access regulations and are fit to host competition standard Wheelchair Basketball and Boccia.

The centre provides sporting amenities for the school’s 300 students as well as community groups.

It includes:

  • a sports hall fully marked to accommodate a range of sports including badminton, basketball, netball, hockey, football, cricket and wheelchair basketball.

  • a 25m, four-lane swimming pool, complete with hoist and ambulant disabled stairs.

  • wet and dry changing areas.

  • a group exercise and dance studio.

  • a 9m, four channel climbing wall and viewing galleries overlooking the pool and sports hall which includes a kitchen area.

 

The development is designed by Mancon Project Management and developed by Amiri Construction.

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