Samuel Cody SEMH School in Farnborough, Hampshire is a 90 place school for pupils aged 5-11.
The school caters for pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs. Operated by Hampshire County Council, the campus also includes a new multi-use games area, hard and soft social spaces, a grassed playfield and landscaping.
A key requirement of Samuel Cody is durability and the project team have worked hard to integrate high levels of robustness into the detailing and finishes.
Our vision is to be a beacon of best practice where high standards and expectations provide guidance and inspiration to all. Our aim is to create an outstanding SEMH provision that ensures all learners leave as confident, happy young people with high levels of self-esteem, a clear picture of their future and the life skills, qualifications, abilities and personal characteristics to achieve their ambitions and have meaningful roles in society. We believe this vision will meet the needs of the 90 learners, in years 5-11, identified by Hampshire SEN with a primary need of Social Emotional Mental Health Needs (SEMH).
Architect & Lead Designer
Hampshire County Council