Playground Shelter at Davenham CE Primary School
The beauty of good design is it looks like it was always meant to be there. When we installed this outdoor waiting shelter in the Birmingham, West Midlands we were aware of the space we had to fit within.
Ultramarine Blue - RAL NO. 5002
Christ Church C of E Primary School already had a designated area but really needed an outdoor canopy to keep parents dry when waiting for their children.
Enter the Motiva Mono, fitting in at 8000mm x 5000mm in striking Blue (RAL5002) steelwork, this new structure fits the bill so perfectly it could have been built the same day the school was.
And that’s what happens when you work closely with our design team. We can always work to support your needs and create designs that fit within the space you have. No job is standard and that’s why we provide a constantly outstanding service.
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A happy teacher is a excellent teacher and one that is passionate about educating children. Introducing a shelter into a school gives both teachers and pupils a opportunity to explore this at the same time and brings with it a positive sense of freedom. Increasing engagement in school is something every teacher is looking to do and with an shelter solution from A&S Landscape, it’s made much simpler. The more captivated students are with their learning, the more their skills develop and the more confident they become in their abilities.
Being outside instead of inside a building, or mundane classroom, all day encourages a healthy relationship with nature and helps children to grow up with an gratefulness for living things. Educating children about nature is not necessarily something that is included as part of a curriculum, but it is part of life and an important part of their development as a human being.