A New Study Area for Students at City of Liverpool College
Following recent refurbishment works at the City of Liverpool College, which were procured through Construction Impact Framework, we engaged with the college to determine how we could deliver some added social value. Education is vital to young people in pursuit of their goals and ambitions, and here at CIF we are always looking to invest in initiatives across our client’s communities, in particular initiatives which aim to deliver and improve education services to all young people.
CIF Director Sara Lawton said:
“The City of Liverpool College asked us if we could help them provide a study space for students to enhance their education and learning. Education is key for young people to achieve their life goals and this space will enhance education of young people for years to come”.
Julie Barnes from the City of Liverpool College explained how the new social / study area will impact and benefit students at the college:
“The new added value refurbished area gives the students a sense of belonging and enables them to continue with group work within a safe environment. This informal learning extends curricular activities and affords them a sense of ownership of their learning. The space also gives them the opportunity to stay in college for their lunch, a much more affordable way of eating for our students. The area allows them to bring in their own devices and charge them as necessary and gives individual students, many with learning needs, a safe quiet place to relax between lessons. We would like to thank the Construction Impact Framework for providing this area via their added value process”
City of Liverpool College