(UK) Scotland: New school for primary/secondary students with complex needs

Feb 1, 2018, (UK) SCOTLAND—Ardrossan, North Ayrshire, Carrick Herald: Progress on Girvan's Invergarven School THE TIMBER frame exterior of Invergarven School, for young people with additional support needs in Girvan and South Carrick, is complete. Built in 1870, Invergarven is a special school for primary and secondary children with complex additional support needs. The new £3.7m facility, which will replace the current building on Henrietta Street, is being built by CBC in the grounds of Girvan Academy, delivering spaces for learning and teaching including a sensory room, life skills kitchen, multi-use hall, hydrotherapy pool and external areas. The new school will increase capacity by around a third with 20 children and young people able to be taught at any one time