The School is redeveloping a dilapidated WWII shelter located in the main playground of the School. The area could not be used the children given that it was simply unsafe and had been designated a health and safety risk due to the structure of the shelter and the uneven condition of the ground. The area is the only green space in the school, which would serve over 700 children when redeveloped. The area has been carefully redesigned to include apparatus for physical development, a planting area and a sensory area for reflection, to allow all the children to explore the outside environment using their five senses. Post-construction, the area will be maintained by our already established Gardening Club, comprising of volunteer staff, parents, pupils and members of the community.
Ealing Council launched Transform Your Space to help fund inspirational projects that improve outdoor spaces within the borough of Ealing. Transform Your Space is a £250,000 fund that encourages residents to come up with ideas to improve where they live, gather support locally from neighbours, family and friends and to get financial help with getting their project started! Discover the projects that have already been funded through Transform Your Space and learn how you can get involved here. The deadline for applying to Transform your Space is the 14th of August so upload your project today!