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07.09.17: Three schools

The latest AJ focuses on three school schemes: in south Wales, Stride Treglown’s all-through Ysgol Bae Baglan takes pupils from nursery through to sixth form; Collective Architecture’s improvements to the confusingly named Toronto School in Scotland include a new gym hall; while Haverstock’s Alexandra Centre for special needs pupils rejuvenates part of Neave Brown’s Camden estate. PLUS we meet Ben Derbyshire who has just started as RIBA president; client Claire Bennie writes about architects’ marginalisation and how to fight it; Dan Anderson argues for the return of the Millennium Commission; and we publish the shortlists for this year’s Stephen Lawrence Prize and the inaugural AJ Architecture Awards.

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