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Primary School Canopies

Primary school canopies are one of our largest sectors in terms of number of canopies installed with many successfully completed schemes. Canopies for primary schools are used for outdoor classrooms, free flow play canopies, playground shade, parent waiting shelters and much more.

Many of our canopies lend themselves to use at primary schools due to there robust yet sleak design The steel construction of the canopy can be finished in Dura-coatâ„¢ finish to any RAL colour.

This means that you can match the existing school building or co-ordinate with school colours.

We have a great reputation among primary school’s in the UK. Read our testimonials for an insight into what our previous clients have thought about our canopies and service.

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Covered Dining Area at William Farr School Lincoln

William Farr Comprehensive School is a Church of England school for 11 to 18 year olds, located in the village of Welton, near Lincoln.During the summer of 2012 A&S Landscape worked with William Farr... Read more >


Severndale Special School - Shade Sails

Severndale Special School in Shrewsbury was established in September 1995 following the reorganisation of provision for children with special educational needs in Shropshire. In September 2008, a larg... Read more >


School Shade Sails at Weston Road High School Stafford

It was an honour to work on this project at Weston Road High School installing two vibrant Maxima Star Sails. Our Star Sail is a square design with two high points and two low points on a single upri... Read more >


Sheltered Dining Areas at Darland High School Wrexham

Working with Darland High School was a fantastic experience and gave us the chance to install two Maxima Tepees. They were both installed at 7000mm by 7000mm with steelwork in Green RAL 6026 and a whi... Read more >

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