Brecon CGl toilet cubicles


We believe that school toilets and washrooms play a key part in the education and development of children. was built and designed by Cubicle Centre with the aim to supply you with friendly and helpful information that you need to provide your pupils with best washroom. Planning a washroom can be a very daunting experience, that’s why at Cubicle Centre we have 20 years in manufacturing high quality washroom systems for the educational sector.

We help to aim improve school toilet design

At we manufacture well designed and attractive toilet cubicles/washrooms. We always produce the right design, and work with all types of room layouts. Choose from a choice of fixtures and fittings, our school toilets are designed with 3 key factors.

  • Attractive Design
  • Safe & Durable
  • Low Maintenance

We hope that our attractive and bright designs will help encourage pupils value themselves and your facilities.

On our site we have also produced a handy and helpful guide when it comes to washroom planning in your school, which is an easy to follow brochure which covers all aspects of the guidelines from various reliable sources.

Did you know?

Some of the problems associated with restricted access and poor school toilet facilities include:

  • Medical conditions such as chronic constipation, wetting and urinary tract infections (UTIs) can be caused or aggravated by the avoidance of, or limited access to, school toilets.
  • Restricted toilet access can cause significant anxiety which can have a direct ability on a child’s ability to concentrate and affect their progress at school.
  • Pupils avoiding using the toilets at school because they are dirty, smelly, lack basic provisions, are not private enough, or because they’re not allowed to go to the loo when they need to.
  • Children and teenagers limiting how much they eat and drink to avoid using the school loos. Not drinking enough water during the day can cause and aggravate problems with the bladder and bowel. It can also lead to dehydration and lack of concentration. This, in turn, can result in poor academic and sporting performance.

source: Eric