The Inkwenkwezi Secondary School was commissioned by the Western Cape. The school is on the periphery of the settlement next to a very big sport fields and on a dead end street. The Road to the North of the site is such a busy vehicular route that it makes pedestrian access from it undesirable for fear of children’s safety. Access is from the quiet dead end road which allows children to linger safely. The school protects itself from theft and vandalism by creating an outer “wall” with all play spaces and access points beyond the safety of the entrance gates.