It is a new year but for most schools they have just reached the half way mark. With the start of 2013 comes a new school term and with it new ideas. Schools will look to the year ahead and look to draw up improvement plans for their buildings and this will then be reviewed yearly and will be dependent on available budget.
With all the recent rainfall and ever constant flood warnings on the news, plus the Met office having confirmed that 2012 was the wettest year since records began, it is no wonder that schools are looking to improve their buildings and the facilities they provide. At the forefront of their mind will be ways they can get their pupils outside, but whilst being protected from the British weather.
As we all know it is very important for children to let off steam and regular breaks are known to improve concentration, so it can be frustrating for children to be confined indoors by poor weather.
Our canopies offer shelter from the worst of the weather and shade from the sun for when the weather improves, creating a covered outdoor space for students and staff to enjoy as well as a dry/shaded area for parents or visitors.
Here is what some of our satisfied customers have had to say:
- Improves look of building. Parents love it because now they wait in the dry under the canopy. Very helpful prompt service.
– White Coppice Nursery, Chorley
- It looks and works great for us. Brilliant. Very efficient and we hardly knew they were installing the canopy.
– Bletchley Pre School, MK3
- Excellent. Guys who came to do the job fitted around the needs of the school day they were brilliant. Fits the space perfectly; looks good and does the job.
– The Kingfisher School, Redditch
Start 2013 with good ideas and plans to shape your next 12 months and beyond.