Give your pupils more space to learn - with generous 64m2 classrooms that exceed Department for Education guidelines
When you need high-quality classroom space, fast, the Portakabin Classrooms building means you won't have to compromise on quality. This purpose-built classroom accommodation incorporates two large classrooms and a central cloakroom and toilet. At 64m2 each, the classrooms are considerably larger than average and exceed Department for Education (DfE) guidelines on classroom size - so you'll have plenty of room, even for your larger classes.
Outstanding learning spaces - delivered and ready to use in days
Portakabin Classrooms buildings provide a safe, comfortable and productive environment for pupils and teachers, with good ventilation and plenty of natural light to boost concentration levels and encourage effective learning.
These specialist portable classrooms are available to buy or hire. Hired buildings can be delivered in a matter of days to meet even the most urgent requirements, and arrive ready for immediate use.
Why choose a Portakabin Classrooms building?
Enhance the security, comfort and appearance of your classroom building
Your Portakabin portable classroom building can be tailored to meet your particular requirements. The range of optional extras available includes everything from air-conditioning and security alarm systems to ramps, canopies and exterior cladding.
“The school is very happy with their brand new building, which is far superior to the classrooms they had been using before. Working with Portakabin was a very positive experience and I was particularly pleased with the performance of their on-site teams.”Shaya Alexander, Development Officer
“We are very happy with the quality of the building, which has exceeded most people’s expectations and provides an excellent teaching environment. Staff are delighted with their new building and students have taken to it very well. In fact, staff who were initially not very impressed with the idea of teaching in temporary accommodation would now be very unhappy if we asked them to move.”Timothy Pratt, Headteacher