Dengineering Zone launches

DSC01818Blue Coat's brand new play space, the Dengineering Zone, launched this week. Funded by external grants from Tesco Bags Of Help and Gloucestershire County Council's Active Families fund, the Zone comprises a large, raised platform 'hex den', 3 large frame structures, a ribbon den, hammocks and a slackline, plus tons of wood and ripstop for building.

All pupils had a chance to vote on the types of den we were hoping to include. We worked again with Green Play Project after their successful installation of the Play Beach last summer.

The Dengineering Zone not only offer opportunities for active, construction play and gross motor skills, but also allows the crucial development of social skills, such as teamwork, cooperation, problem solving and negotiation. This all builds towards our school vision of 'Future Ready' pupils.

We have had a great time testing out our new play space. Thank you to Councillor Cordwell for opening the Deningeering Zone. To see the Gazette article click here: http://www.gazetteseries.co.uk/news/15420659.Pupils_at_a_Wotton_primary_school_overjoyed_as_new__dengineering__play_equipment_unveiled/?ref=fbshr

For photos from the launch, see here:


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from Mr Ryan

'Thank you' to all those who attended and made the Open Morning today possible!

07 Nov 17 at 11:55am