Case study: Underhill Community School
Underhill Community Infants is a two form entry school that shares a site with Underhill Junior School. The schools boast extensive playing fields, as well as two all weather playgrounds and a swimming pool.
Case Study: Cuckoo Hall Academy
The issue:The school wished to improve its outdoor play provisions with a number of new installations for the Early Years and Key Stage Two pupils. The school had been quoted by two other play equipment companies, however they hadn’t quite captured the original brief.
Case study: Merton Park
Merton Park is a mixed primary school in Wimbledon with a new and exciting play space for its early years pupils
Case Study: Townsend Farm & Touring Park
Geoff and Su Smith bought Townsend Farm and Touring Park, which many families visited – however, there had never been any play facilities on the site.
Case Study: Our Lady Immaculate
A primary school in Liverpool has created an outdoor environment that offers its pupils a multitude of ways to encourage greater levels of engagement and co-operative play.
Case Study: Residential in Switzerland
When a London family decided to swap the English way of life with the natural beauty of Switzerland, Sovereign worked to create an idyllic outdoor play area for the children.
Case Study: Garrison Arms
The pub was bought by Mark Cane in August 2008. Since then he has carried out a complete refurbishment, including transforming the garden into a haven for adventurous children who are visiting with their parents.
Case Study: Jenner Park Primary School
Jenner Park is a primary school and nursery accommodating 231 children up to the age of 11. The school, with its impressive red brick building over 100 years old, prides itself on its modern educational approach.
Case study: St Dominics
After months of careful planning, St Dominic Savio Catholic Primary School in Woodley, Reading, has undergone a major two-week makeover of its outdoor areas.
Case Study: Pelsall Village Primary School
The issue:The school required an inclusive play area for its nursery and reception pupils. It was important that all pupils would be able to move from one zone to another with ease and that the play area would be useable all year round.The school had a set budget which it needed to utilise to its fullest.
Case study: St Augustine’s Church of England Primary School
St Augustine’s is an exciting and vibrant Church of England primary school in Salford, Manchester. Located in an urban area, the school had no grass or other natural greenery and the outdoor play areas were bland and uninspiring.
Case study: Doddington Parish Council
Doddington Parish Council was approached by young people in the village who asked if a skate park could be built. From approval of their request to its official opening, the skate park took one year to complete and is a resounding success.
Case study: Elmbridge Borough Council
Elmbridge Borough Council in Surrey has provided an exciting new play area for toddlers and young children in the Hurst Meadow area. Lying alongside the River Thames in Elmbridge, upstream of Hampton Court Bridge; Hurst Meadow is a popular open space and a lovely landscape, so the bespoke water and nature theme created by Sovereign was just right.
Case Study: Merton Park Primary School
Merton Park is a mixed primary school in Wimbledon with a new and exciting play space for its early years pupils.
Case study: Springfield Community Special School
Springfield Community Special School is a co-educational primary school that caters for pupils with special educational needs aged 3 – 11. Situated in pleasant and extensive grounds on the outskirts of Leek, Staffordshire, the school has recently undergone a major development to its outdoor facilities for pupils.
Case Study: Darwin Forest Country Park
Set in the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District, Darwin Forest Country Park is a 5 Star holiday park benefiting from a newly installed, exciting and attractive, adventure play area for its visitors to enjoy.
Case study: Keenan Park
Keenan Park is a council owned park located near Pennine View Primary School in Carlisle. Facilities at the park include allotments, full-sized football pitches with a changing pavilion, and a children’s play area.
Merton Park Primary School - Wimbledon
While the existing playground benefitted from a shade sail canopy and wet pour surfacing, the area had become tired. The school wanted to improve its outdoor play provision with a play space that would harness personal, emotional, language and physical development for the early years, while allowing the children to have fun!
Dowlais Primary School - Merthyr Tydfil
Dowlais Primary School had a mixture of footballs, hula hoops and skipping ropes available for its pupils to play with, however many needed replacing, leaving some of the children with nothing to do at break times. As a result, the lack of equipment often led to arguments and bickering in the playground. With no money in the budget to improve its outdoor play facilities, the PTA decided to start fundraising to help buy new equipment for the schoo
Cuckoo Hall Academy - Edmonton, London
The school wanted to improve its outdoor play provision with a number of new installations for the Early Years and Key Stage Two pupils. It had been quoted by two other play equipment companies, however they hadn’t quite captured the needs of the academy.
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