In 2012 The Henley College celebrated 25 years of teaching and learning excellence, although its origins can be traced back to King James I Grammar School founded in 1604. These foundations closely reflect the academic and vocational traditions that still remain at the forefront of today's offering.
Elm Workspace were recently approach to re-imagine the upper and lower floors of the colleges common spaces.
The college is now how to nearly 2000 full time students from over 100 different schools across the Berkshire and Oxfordshire regions.
Henley College was the first college in the UK to be granted a change of status to become a sixth form college and is the only college in the three surrounding countires to have been awarded the highest accolade in the post-16 sector by the Department of Education.
Elm enjoyed creating a unique space for students to collborate and relax. The feature rich building had to be worked with symathetically as to retain it's character.
Modern forms and energetic colour schemes were used to bring the project to life.