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St Mary’s Church of England Primary School in Beverley wanted to find the perfect canopy for their Early Years foundation stage outdoor area. They needed a model that was out of the ordinary and exciting – something to catch peoples’ eye and bring more cheer to the space. Also, they wanted it to provide protection all year round for the pupils playing beneath it, allowing them to enjoy the outside in all weathers.
A&S Landscape was thrilled to be contacted by the school and soon got to work helping them choose a shelter to suit their needs.
The Motiva Linear™ was put forward as a potential playground canopy cover, and – upon finding out that they could get hold of a version with a coloured roof – the school loved this idea. They thought that the bright colours of this versatile, straight roof canopy were lively and fun, and would inspire such traits in the children playing in the new outdoor area. The model was built to measure 5m x 5m, and boasted Ultramarine Blue steelwork alongside the myriad of shades on the striped, multicoloured roof, which would set off the murals of their existing play area nicely. The sturdy design with a Dura-coat™ finish would also ensure that it would shield pupils enjoying breaks from the classroom for many years.
What results did the shelter offer?
The free standing canopy went above and beyond the school’s expectations. It expanded their facilities for outdoor activities so that the children can be free to play outdoors without the staff worrying about the weather. The beautiful, multicoloured polycarbonate roof brightens up even the cloudiest days and has completed the space. It really demonstrates St Mary’s Church of England Primary School’s understanding of the importance of outdoor play and their dedication to their pupils. A&S Landscape was proud to have supplied the children with a coloured roof canopy to stimulate their senses and imagination.
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“All of the work was done on time, during the term without any problems. The price was good too.”
– St Mary’s Church of England Primary School
St Mary’s Church of England Primary School is located in Beverley, East Yorkshire. The town appeared in The Sunday Times Best Places to Live guide for Britain in 2018 and is renowned for its exquisite Gothic 13th Century Minster, lively market and medieval skyline. A place so in touch with its history – and also sitting on the edge of the stunning Wolds countryside – is definitely an interesting place for local children to grow up in.
The school itself is a caring, welcoming institution that promotes its pupils’ individuality while establishing trust throughout the entire community. They say on their website that they ‘provide a challenging and inspiring curriculum which enables all children to fulfil their potential’, and teach a wide range of subjects to ensure that everyone enjoys their learning to the utmost. We loved working closely with the staff of St Mary’s Church of England Primary School on this project and providing them with the ideal steel canopy.
When it comes to choosing a new shelter for your school, the number of options can be overwhelming. What would your pupils benefit from the most, and what would suit your particular institution’s look and values? A&S Landscape has a fantastic range of models for primary schools, and coloured roof canopies are a popular pick for several reasons.
You can choose from and combine a wide variety of shades to create the ideal design. How about Mint and Moondust for a simple, classy look, or Daffodil, Mandarin and Poppy Red for a fiery feel even in winter months? You could combine them all for a beautiful rainbow of colours. The options are endless, and they give schools the chance to build a playground canopy that complements their existing facilities. The coloured roofs allow light to stream through and stimulate both children’s senses and their imaginations – great for break times and outdoor classes in creative subjects like art and music. Plus, A&S Landscape offers brilliant rates on different types of polycarbonate sheet, so schools don’t have to spend a fortune on treating their pupils. You can discover more about our shelter options by calling us on 01743 444100 today.
In our history of over 40 years, we have supplied canopies to many different businesses – schools, colleges, museums, hospitals, commercial buildings, country parks and more. We are proud of the outstanding relationships we build with our customers and the high-quality products we provide, plus the amazing feedback we receive because of this. From telling us they loved the design to the communications to the team itself, clients have recommended A&S Landscape for decades. Email us at [email protected] or call us on 01743 444100 today if you’d like to become one of our satisfied shelter customers.
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