1 September 2021

New Site Building Project - Dame Alice's Blog

This blog captures our historical records of what happened during the school building project. We moved into the new building in September 2020 and Ealing Fields CofE High School was officially opened by the Bishop of London. You can read more about the official opening here.

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31 August 2020

31st August 2020

We are at the ‘finishing touches’ stage of the building project and the new school is looking superb.

Mr Bedford and Ms Trewin are already in residence in their offices in Senior House and Mrs Mitchell has the office team established in the reception area where the temporary plywood shutters…

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18 May 2020

18th May 2020

At the end of last week we received that very encouraging news that a number of major milestones have been reached and Bowmer + Kirkland are as confident as they can be that the two main teaching blocks will be ready for occupation in September.

The major external works are now complete and it…

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9 April 2020

9th April 2020

From 30th March there has been a two week delay on the construction site as appropriate measure were put in place to ensure the safety of construction workers in line with government guidance relating to COVID-19. The site will re-open on Tuesday 14th April and the project is still expected to…

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2 March 2020

2nd March 2020

We would like to reassure all those who received offers for Ealing Fields High School that our new school building is on track to be completed ready for the pupils to begin the new academic year on the permanent site in September 2020.

The main teaching block is already being fitted out with…

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18 October 2019

18th October 2019

We returned to school to exciting news that the superstructure works on the new building were complete and that precast flooring units were being installed. September saw the installation of an attenuation tank below the playground area, pouring of the ground floor concrete slabs and work to the…

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16 July 2019

16th July 2019

We welcomed a special visitor to Ealing Fields High School earlier this month. The Right Rev’d Peter Broadbent, Bishop of Willesden led a service of blessing the foundations of the new school buildings.

Members of the school council, local governing body and staff joined representatives of the…

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9 May 2019

9th May 2019

The demolition phase on the Place House site is drawing to a close with Phases 1-6 complete and Phase 7 and 8 almost finalised (see diagram on previous post). The materials from the demolished buildings are being sorted and timber and metal products are then removed from site by skip. All masonry…

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11 March 2019

11th March 2019

Pre-commencement works on the Place House site have now been finalised. Ealing Council have also discharged the last pre-commencement planning condition which means that the demolition of the buildings and refurbishment of the Grade 2 listed Place House and Folly can start in earnest.

Bowmer +…

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15 February 2019

15th February 2019

Student representatives of Years 7-9 at Ealing Fields High School got their first view of Place House yesterday when a service was held to bless the site ahead of the upcoming demolition and construction phase of the project.

Led by the Assistant Area Dean Revd Carolyn Dunk and the Trust…

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18 October 2018

18th October 2018

Last night the Planning Committee of Ealing Council, who exercise the council's functions as a local planning authority, met to determine the planning application for the permanent site for Ealing Fields High School.

We are delighted to announce that members voted unanimously to approve the…

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24 September 2018

24th September 2018

Place House

Following feedback from local residents and stakeholders, some further amendments were made to the planning application for Place House and these have been submitted to Ealing Council. The updated application details can be viewed here but key changes are as follows:

  • The…
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