Playground Shelter Holy Trinity Catholic School West Midlands
The pupils at Riverside School love to play outside but when it was raining, they had to stay in during break and lunchtimes. A&S Landscape proposed two canopies which would allow the playground to be used throughout the year, in all conditions.
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A straight roof canopy was installed alongside one of the school buildings, measuring 6800mm X 3600mm. A multicoloured polycarbonate roof was used on the Motiva Linear canopy, with the colours Foxglove and Lagoon. This feature adds a pop of colour to the school site and will create a beautiful effect when the sun shines through the roof.
Riverside School also built a tensile shade sail canopy with a waterproof PVC fabric roof. The Maxima Sail consists of four posts, creating plenty of room underneath the shelter. And because the shade sail was made with waterproof fabric, it can be used by the school in all weather conditions.
School yards and any outdoor play equipment is a superb way to supply your students a healthy option to get a break from the classroom. School children getting exercise while spending time with their friends is something that schools should absolutely encourage, but it’s also hugely important that the fun isn’t ruined by a child getting hurt while using the playground.
Playgrounds can become hazardous for a wide variety of varying factors. Unsafe behaviour is certainly something that teachers and students alike should be on the lookout for. But together with protecting children from the weather, uneven and improper surfaces can also cause accidents – and unsafe or broken outdoor equipment can quickly turn the fun sour.
Find more information on how to keep your play area safe by reading the rest of our article here.
The two new shelters have completely transformed the school campus, the pupils can now play outdoors no matter the weather. Lunchbreaks can also be taken outside, relieving pressure from the dining hall. The pupils can arrive at their afternoon lessons feeling refreshed and motivated after being able to enjoy the fresh air. Teachers can also choose to take their classes outside, offering an exciting, alternative learning environment.
A&S Landscape design, manufacture and install canopies across the UK. Why not take a look at our gallery or recent projects for inspiration? Or call our friendly team to discuss your requirements on 01743 444100.
Straight Roof Shelter Designed for Selby High School
In combination with our building contractor client our team created two straight polycarbonate roof canopies for Selby High School Off Armoury Road, Selby, North Yorkshire. The full contract involved two Motiva™ Linear monopitch straight roof canopy measuring 5700mm X 1650mm and included for our Alu-Tuff™ aluminium box profile guttering and downpipes which were coated in a matching Dura-coat™ colour finish.
Large Shade Sails Installed at Hessle Academy Community Trust
A&S erected three StarSails at Hessle Academy Community Trust Tranby House, Heads Lane, East Yorkshire. The job involved three Maxima™ StarSail tensile waterproof fabric structure supported on a single upright measuring 8000mm X 8000mm.
Sail Shade Added to Prince Edward School
Working alongside our trade partner our team made a sail structure for Prince Edward School Sheffield, South Yorkshire. The contract included one 7000mm X 7000mm Maxima™ tensile waterproof fabric sail including for all stainless steel fixtures and fittings.
Network Rail Depot Install Sail Shade Structure to Site
Working alongside our trade partner A&S erected a sail structure in Network Rail Depot Audax Road, York, North Yorkshire. The contract included one 3000mm X 3000mm Maxima™ tensile shade cloth fabric sail structure comprising of one triangle sail on three uprights including for all stainless steel fixtures and fittings.
Riverside Community Special School Add Sail Shade to Campus
Our team erected a StarSail at Riverside Community Special School Goole, East Riding of Yorkshire. The contract included the supply and installation of one Maxima™ StarSail tensile shadecloth fabric structure supported on a single upright measuring 8000mm X 8000mm.
William Henry Smith School Install Fabric Tepee Canopy
We created a tensile fabric roof Tepee for William Henry Smith School Booth Royd Lane, Brighouse, West Yorkshire. The contract included the supply and fitting of one Maxima™ Tepee tensile waterproof fabric roof structure measuring 7000mm X 6000mm (42sqm’s).
England Lane Academy Create Outdoor Shelter With Polycarbonate Canopy
Working with our building contractor client we created a straight polycarbonate roof canopy in England Lane Academy Knottingley, West Yorkshire. The full contract involved the supply and installation of one Motiva™ monopitch straight roof canopy measuring 15500mm X 3500mm and included for our Alu-Tuff™ aluminium box profile guttering and downpipes in matching Dura-coat™ colour finish.
St Mary’s CE Primary School Add Straight Roof Canopy
Our engineers made a straight polycarbonate roof canopy at St Mary’s Ce Primary School Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire. The full contract involved the supply and installation of one Motiva™ monopitch straight coloured polycarbonate roof canopy measuring 5000mm X 5000mm and included for our Alu-Tuff™ aluminium box profile guttering and downpipes in matching Dura-coat™ colour finish.
Stylish Sail Shades Designed for Shipley College
We created a waterproof sail structure for Shipley College Shipley, West Yorkshire. The job involved the supply and installation of one Maxima™ tensile waterproof fabric sail structure comprising of two sails on five uprights and one wall bracket including for all stainless steel fixtures and fittings.