Inclusive washroom project
helps all students feel at home


Stretford Grammar School wanted to replace a crumbling boys’ bathroom with the school’s first gender neutral toilet block. School students, administrators and governors were growing tired of high levels of antisocial behaviour in the washroom, as well as broken toilets, a persistent foul smell and noisy extractor ducts.

Having at least one gender neutral bathroom is becoming increasingly important for schools. The Department for Education and Skills now recommends that new and refurbished schools install unisex toilets to help reduce bullying and help all students feel comfortable.


Following a lengthy tendering process, we were selected to renovate the bathroom – modernising the facilities and making them suitable for all students, no matter what their gender identity.

Schools contact us regularly for help and advice with unisex bathrooms. More than anything else, we understand that attention to detail is critical in a potentially sensitive environment.

Full-height Force Privacy cubicles were installed along with vandal-proof heavy-duty satin anodised aluminium ironmongery. Easy-clean laminate IPS and solid surface wash troughs were also used throughout the bathroom to improve hygiene standards and student wellbeing.

“This was quite a big project for the school, so we spoke to several companies before choosing Concept Cubicle Systems. The time and care that they took over the project and the fact that they came in to see us multiple times really helped reassure myself and the governors that they knew what they were doing and had thought about every possible angle.”

Michelle Faulkner, Stretford Grammar School

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