September 2008: We revise the study of the Wren Street site to show that although this is a tight site, it is feasible to fit a small school. We presented the document to the SER Working Group.
July 2008: Camden New Journal publishes an article about the Wren Street site:
‘Opening soon? Wren Street Community School in Holborn, the secondary comprehensive of choice for families living south of Euston Road. Great idea, say parents in the south of the borough’
May 2008: The Campaign presents our Wren Street study to the South of the Euston Road (SER) Working Group. It transpires that the extent of the Camden-owned site is much larger than we initially were aware of so the site looks much more viable, and the study needs to be revised.
January 2008: We have spent a few months researching into school design guidance, gathering precedent studies from the UK and abroad, and doing a site search within walking distance of the area through both desktop research and by cycling around with our eyes peeled. While on our travels we come upon a site at Wren Street that is Camden-owned. We then carry out a preliminary feasibility study and compile all this information into three reports: Potential Sites, School Precedents, and the Study of the Wren Street site.