A Schedule of Accommodation for schools is a document that outlines the physical requirements for a school's core facilities, such as classrooms, offices, laboratories, libraries, sports facilities, and other amenities to meet the educational needs of its students and staff.
The schedule of accommodation typically includes information about the size and number of rooms required and any other special features or requirements. It takes into account the number of students and staff expected to use the facilities and the curriculum needs of the school.
This is an important tool for planning and designing new school facilities, as well as for evaluating and renovating existing ones. It can be used to determine the appropriate size of a new school building or to assess the adequacy of an existing facility. It is also helpful for budgeting and cost estimation purposes, as it provides a detailed breakdown of the required spaces for associated costs.
Medium Secondary Schools provide core facilities and specialised learning spaces to cater for up to 1540 students.
Note: Medium Secondary Schools allow for up to 6 additional learning units.