We work with your school to design, construct and enhance school grounds, playgrounds and creative play areas, adventure playgrounds, interactive outdoor classrooms, and establishing and enhancing forest school sites.
We also plan and plant strategic tree shelter and wind breaks in school grounds and playgrounds; and provide tough ‘never say die’ planting schemes that look great and enhance your school gardens and play areas.
green offer a unique design and construction service and have worked with over 300 schools during the past 12 years. We have a large portfolio of school grounds design projects that we will be delighted to show you, listen to your ideas for your own schools grounds, and explain how we might work together to enhance and develop your whole school grounds; your playground or creative play areas; or create a unique seating area or timber framed structure in one part of your school grounds. We can give a PowerPoint presentation to your school community, explain our methods of working to your governors or PTA, and essentially help you to create a valuable resource for your school.
We have a wide range of experience of working with school communities to deliver unique gardens and natural playgrounds on time and on budget, transforming unused playground areas and hidden corners of school grounds into safe and vibrant places for creative play, learning and development. We can phase design and construction to suit budget requirements....indeed, there are a large number of schools that we have worked with over many years, and we can arrange an inspection visit to their school grounds if you would like to see our work first hand.
Whether you are an early years kindergarten, a primary, secondary, grammar school or college Guy Redmond and green can provide you with a unique design and construction service.
Guy Redmond and green have worked with over 300 schools during the past 12 years on:
|Involving children in art & sculpture making|
|Involving young people in creative practical projects|
|Early years children and parents constructing an early English mud hut|
|Teaching young people construction skills and creating something unique for the school|