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The project resulted in an attractive canopy cover that added something meaningful to the school. Staff can now enjoy their well-earned breaks outside, even if it’s raining, and multiple people can socially distance beneath the shelter.
Squirrel Grey - RAL NO. 7000
Treloar School in Holybourne, Hampshire decided to add a canopy to their facilities in order to create a new outdoor rest area that could be enjoyed in all weathers. It would be used primarily by staff relaxing and eating snacks outside on their breaks, and it needed to allow them to socially distance while undercover. They also wanted the canopy to have a sleek design and be used similarly by students eager for some fresh air.
A&S Landscape was contacted by the school and was determined to provide them with the right shelter for their needs.
A&S Landscape installed a large Motiva Duo™ on-site at Treloar School, following discussions with the team there about their requirements and vision for the project. They chose Squirrel Grey steelwork and an Opal polycarbonate roof for a modern look that wasn’t too obstructive next to their existing buildings. The Duo™ has a duopitch (symmetric) roof where both sides are at the same height, which is ideal to cover a rest area. What’s more, the curved design looks aesthetically pleasing and offers practical protection from the elements throughout the year. The outdoor shelter was built to measure 10000mm X 5000mm to provide plenty of space for staff to safely distance from each other while taking their breaks outdoors, or for students to spend some time outside.
The project resulted in an attractive canopy cover that added something meaningful to the school. Staff can now enjoy their well-earned breaks outside, even if it’s raining, and multiple people can socially distance beneath the shelter. This is a fantastic example of how school canopies can help teachers and students alike to fit more fresh air into their days all year round. The team at Treloar School loves the subtle design and the canopy could even be used as an outdoor classroom gazebo. A&S Landscape is glad that it will help them to take a breather from teaching and looking after their students.
Treloar School is a non-maintained special school for students with physical disabilities aged from 2 to 16, which also takes on some young people until the age of 18. They welcome attendees from across the UK and overseas, and can accommodate both residential and day places. They are one of the most respected schools of their kind in the country, and they say on their website that they harness their ‘expertise to challenge and nurture our students to help them lead the fullest and most fulfilling life possible’. A&S Landscape found the team at this institution a pleasure to work with and hopes that the canopy will help to boost the wellbeing of staff and youngsters alike for many years to come.
Treloar School is situated in the village of Holybourne, Hampshire. This county is known for its quintessential English countryside, including two National Parks – the South Downs in the east and the New Forest in the west. The landscape is well-suited to people who have an active lifestyle like walkers and cyclists. Hampshire also has a beautiful coastline, fabulous beaches on Hayling Island and many sites of historical interest – such as the UK’s only working silk mill in Whitchurch and the period streets of Milestones in Basingstoke. The county has lots to offer for students of Treloar School, other local people and visitors alike.
Teaching can often be a stressful job, so it’s essential to find ways to relax every day. Installing a shelter at your school so staff can have a place to unwind or eat their lunch in the fresh air year-round is a fantastic way of working towards this, but how does being outside help?
Spending time in the great outdoors – whether it’s a hike in the woods or just sitting outside on your lunch break – can be really beneficial for wellbeing and encouraging you to relax. If you’re considering adding a canopy to your school, take a look at our fantastic range of products. Here at A&S Landscape, we’ve got the perfect model for every kind of institution. Email us at [email protected] now to find out more.
We are proud to have worked on a wide variety of canopy projects across many sectors, from schools to commercial and healthcare sites. Whether you want to see the results of our cycle stores, outdoor classrooms uk or fabric shelters, head over to our projects page to discover detailed information about the work we’ve done for our clients. Then, if you’re as impressed as we think you’ll be, give us a call on 01743 444100 to discuss your shelter requirements today.
Fabric Canopy Designed for The Portsmouth Grammar School
Working with our trade partner we built a playground umbrella at The Portsmouth Grammar School – Senior High Street, Portsmouth, Hampshire. The full contract involved the supply and installation of one Maxima™ waterproof Umbrella structure supported on a single upright measuring 4000mm X 4000mm.
Harefield Primary School Add Enclosed Shelter with Roller Shutters
We produced a straight polycarbonate roof canopy with roller shutters at Harefield Primary School, Southampton, Hampshire. The contract included the supply and installation of one Motiva™ monopitch straight roof canopy measuring 17600mm X 4000mm and included for our Alu-Tuff™ aluminium box profile guttering and downpipes in matching Dura-coat™ colour finish. The supply and installation of two electrically operated punched and glazed roller shutter doors to front elevation and glazed panels to the other sides.
Straight Roof Shelter Fitted at Ditcham Park School
We built a straight polycarbonate roof canopy at Ditcham Park School Ditcham, Petersfield, Hampshire. The job involved the supply and installation of one Motiva™ monopitch straight roof canopy measuring 9500mm X 3500mm and included for our Alu-Tuff™ aluminium box profile guttering and downpipes in matching Dura-coat™ colour finish and glazed panels to side elevation and one end (13m).