Tuxford Primary Academy upgraded its outdoor learning area with a £56,000 redevelopment funded by Diverse Academies Trust.
A primary school upgraded their outdoor learning area with a £56,000 redevelopment.
Tuxford Primary Academy upgrade was funded through donations from the council and capital funds from the Diverse Academies Trust.
The area provides pupils the opportunity to develop their physical, social and emotional skills in a safe and stimulating environment.
Headteacher Tracy Blacknell said: “The area, which is shared by nursery and reception classes, looks incredible and the children have enjoyed exploring their new environment.”
The redevelopment includes an upgrade to the flooring which allows for different uses and imaginative play.
The road supports children to develop their balance and coordination, the mud kitchen to be messy and creative, and the climbing blocks to develop their physical skills.
The access to a tap for water play will allow children to explore and learn about the natural world.
“At Tuxford Primary Academy we pride ourselves on always striving to create the best learning environment for our children to enable them to thrive, we believe a crucial part of that learning includes whole body movement and time spent outdoors,” added the headteacher.