THE £6m project to redevelop the Queen’s Manor site has been put out to consultation before going to planners.
Hammersmith and Fulham Council will be holding two open events at QM for parents, carers and the public.
The plans feature graphics, illustrations and site maps to demonstrate the proposals which have been agreed in principle by H&F Cabinet and QM’s Governing Body.
The council is intending to build a state-of-the-art resource centre for children with disabilities in the borough on the site.
As part of the project, Queen’s Manor’s existing SEN Unit will be completely rebuilt and there will be a total makeover of the school grounds, to include a top quality sports pitch.
Headteacher Sonja Harrison said: “This is a project that stands to benefit all of the children at Queen ‘s Manor, as well as improve provision for children with disabilities in the local area.”
H&F Children’s Education chair Cllr Sue McMillan said: “We’re determined to improve the lives of disabled children and this £6million project for a new centre and to rebuild Queen’s Manor’s own unit is a big part of that commitment.”