The latest development of a £250,000 outdoor learning and play facility at Lincoln Minster Preparatory School is now complete.
The facilities, developed by Timotay Playscapes, will include spaces for role play, adventurous climbing areas, running water play, tipis and woodland campsite features.
The works took 4 months to complete, having started in October 2021, and will be available to all Preparatory School pupils, from Reception to Year 6.
Maria Young, Lincoln Minster School Headmistress, said: “Providing an inspiring environment for outdoor learning and play is important for us here at Lincoln Minster School.
“The interactive and stimulating outdoor learning environment will provide our pupils with an enriched learning experience and give them the opportunity to build their confidence and learn new sets of skills.”
The latest development comes after the School was recently ranked in the top 40 UK Preparatory Schools in The Sunday Times Parent Power Guide 2022.
Mark Burton, Lincoln Minster Preparatory Head, added: “The Lincoln Minster Climbing Adventure and play facilities are an exciting addition to our beautiful grounds.
“The children are looking forward to using the equipment, which will offer a fun, alternative teaching space and work as an extension of the classroom.”
Parents, applicants, prospective families and selected members of the community will be invited to an unveiling event later in the year, giving those who attend the opportunity to network, speak with staff and see the new facilities in person.