We have been involved with several schools, helping to realise the potential of the school grounds, from large conservation areas to smaller courtyards and amphitheatres.
Our approach is to work with the staff and pupils – often through workshops and design competitions – to produce ideas that are relevant to the school and that can be applied to the national curriculum.
Conservation issues are becoming increasingly important on all types of development sites and our expertise in this field can ensure their potential in this regard is maximised.
Over the years we have undertaken a number of design exercises in schools across the region. The photos here show children at Seamer & Irton Primary School designing an upgrade to their school grounds.
Our time with pupils and staff at Fulford School, York was spent helping them to design a nature reserve in the school grounds – this included a wildlife pond fed from the playing field surface water drainage system. The pond is seen here around 15 years after completion.
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