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​Greentrees Primary School enjoy playground Tepee in Bishopdown

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​Greentrees Primary School enjoy playground Tepee in Bishopdown
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  • Product

    Maxima Tepee

  • Size

    6000mm x 6000mm

  • Colours

    Steel – Grey (RAL 7037) Fabric – Green (RAL 6016)

Project Details

Greentrees Primary School is an outstanding primary school in Salisbury and it says the following of itself “Greentrees is a vibrant, outstanding school where we truly believe that learning should be fun. We aim to create a happy environment where all children can thrive and achieve success.” It was the chance to enjoy the outdoor environment which led the school to investigate the options for adding a playground canopy.

With more than 40 years’ experience and hundreds of happy schools under their belt, A&S Landscape knew that they would have just the right product for Greentrees Primary School. The Maxima Tepee was selected as the best solution and we installed the canopy at a size of 6000mm x 6000mm. It was completed with waterproof PVC fabric. The posts were Grey (RAL 7037) and the fabric roofing was Green (RAL 6016). See more on our colours.

The resulting canopy looks very striking, adding a very modern statement to the playground. The children are keen to use it for playtimes and lesson times and the school said the following “Fabulous, we are very happy. The children are delighted with the canopy and used it in the brief spell of sunny weather as well as on a couple of rainy days!”

A&S Landscape have many canopies to offer. In the gallery you can see more than 1000 images of our projects. Take a look for inspiration https://www.aandslandscape.co.uk/galleries




Review

Dear Sirs

Fabulous, we are very happy. The children are delighted with the canopy and used it in the brief spell of sunny weather as well as on a couple of rainy days!

Greentrees Primary School

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