Broadwater School is a state, secondary Specialist Mathematics and Computing College in Farncombe, near Godalming, Surrey, England. It has been a mixed comprehensive school since 1970, and now has approximately 600 students aged 11–16 years. Its facilities extend over four floors and takes students from year 7 to year 11 (the GCSE year).
The facilities of Broadwater School are extensively used by the local community. Classrooms, assembly hall and the specialist facilities such as the technology and food rooms are used for adult education as well as for private functions. They are also a hive of musical activity, being the main centre for the South West Surrey Music Centre.
The school employs over 86 members of staff and is equipped with a central heating system powered by 3 oil-fired boilers.
Mr. Richard Williams, the school’s Site Manager, remembers that, around 2 years ago, they’ve started considering the installation of an energy-management system that would allow them to “save oil and enjoy a superior level of temperature control over multiple zones”.
After some serious consideration of the all the available systems, the school decided to go for the HeatingSave Small Business system.