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he students at Walworth are expected to turn up to the academy as though they were attending a full time job between 825am and 435pm dressed professionally in suits but this extra call to adulthood is rewarded with intelligent engaging spaces and exciting prospects for their future. The drive and ambition for the Walworth Sixth Form achievement is unrelenting and each student is extremely ambitious to gain entry to the best university possible. With the focus on hard work and high expectations students also needed a space to have quiet social time. Walworth Academy recently opened its doors in February to a new cafe-style common room with comfortable relaxed seating areas and break out spaces. This trust and freedom invested in the students is supported by high quality teaching and support. There is never a free period and they are never without something to study. The new social space is a reward for the students Tracy Taylor Head of Sixth Form and Assistant Principal said We all saw the designs and were very excited about them but never totally believed to learnSPACE Getting the environment right for optimal learning at the Walworth Academy in south London 28 THE RIVER SPRING 2016 EDUCATION The original design plans successfully delivered Cafe-style break out spaces