Exemplar Low Carbon School Opens in Queensferry

The new Queensferry High School, designed by Ryder Architecture, has recently opened to welcome its first influx of pupils.

The school was delivered through Hub South East Scotland for Edinburgh City Council.

In addition to new education facilities, the 14,185sqm QHS building comprises modernised sports facilities, including a new six lane swimming pool – increasing in size from four lanes following community feedback – a new fitness centre, dance studio and floodlit 3G pitch.

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