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School Dining focus: How to leverage the use of School canopies to create more dining space


Does your school struggle to find enough seats for pupils at lunch time ? are they finding it a problem to find a seat to eat their lunch because there isn’t enough space? Maybe the children need to find other places to eat other than the canteen.

Many schools across the country face this challenge. As school classrooms are extended more pressure is placed on existing dining areas and not to mention the budgets.

Dining areas are as important as teaching spaces, specially as Ofsted inspectors are assessing student behaviour more and more, the effect of culture and atmosphere within these areas is paramount.

Affordable extra space for for school dining doesn’t come easy, specially when arriving at a design that creates the desired standard and environment are of such importance.

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All that said, this challenge faced by so many is not insurmountable, it depends where you go for the solutions.

In recent months, we’ve advised a growing selection of education establishments who’ve contacted us about our school canopies not only to create additional dining space for their pupils but because of the fantastic looks and versatility of our renowned Spaceshade school canopies system. Our case studies section shows how many of these schools who have utilised this system which can be free standing or leanto. in addition the sides can be filled in using our Enclosascreen remote controlled zip screen system. These screens will shut out wind and rain at a touch of a button.



Most circumstances our school canopies system can be used for more than dining space. Outdoor learning, storage and waiting areas for parents to name a few with full year round shielding from the elements.

For more information or to discuss how we can help you instantly create additional dining space at your school, call us on 0117 9589933 or email us at sales@kensingtonsystems.co.uk



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