On Meriden’s picturesque campuses, heritage buildings sit alongside modern, purpose-built architecture.
Meriden is committed to providing the facilities which support a world-class, well-rounded education. Over the past ten years, the School has undertaken major building projects across its three campuses to provide the best learning environment for its students. These projects have included the creation of state-of-the-art facilities for STEM learning, Sport and the Performing Arts, as well as administration spaces, contemporary classrooms, additional open spaces and the redevelopment of the Lingwood campus as a purpose-built campus for four to six-year-old students.
With the completion of the magnificent Greenhalgh Centre for Music and Drama in early 2022, the School is now ready to embark on the next stage of its master plan.
Plans are well underway for the development of the Senior School campus to include a new Design and Creative Arts building which will comprise inspiring and dynamic spaces for students studying Visual Arts, Design and Technology, Engineering and Hospitality. In addition, a contemporary Social Science building with flexible spaces will replace an existing time-worn building. Pending development approvals, it is anticipated that these buildings will be ready for use by the commencement of 2025.
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