School building and disabled access

School building

On 1 May 2014, pupils, parents and staff were welcomed to their brand new school building at Ark Brunel Primary Academy on Middle Row, North Kensington. 
Pictured carrying out the official ribbon-cutting ceremony are The Worshipful the Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Councillor Charles Williams and Mayoress June Williams, Dominic Smith, Headteacher, and pupils from Ark Brunel Primary Academy.
“Ark Brunel Primary Academy is a vibrant and happy school and we are committed to giving our pupils the very best start in life and encourage them to 'choose brilliance," said Mr Smith. "We are delighted with our brand new state-of-the-art building that will provide children from north Kensington and neighbouring areas with a learning environment they richly deserve for generations to come.”
The building, designed by Penoyre & Prasad and built by BAM Construction, features two roof terraces for outdoor learning and dedicated art & design and ICT rooms. 

Disabled access

Ark Brunel is a three-storey building with steps to the classrooms and other teaching areas and a lift to all floors. Step-free access is available both via the main school reception and into the school playground for access in the morning before 9am for pupls and parents. There is a designated disabled parking bay in the car park.
Please feel free to contact the school office on 020 7565 5875 if you have any further queries relating to disabled access to the school.