Warmley Park School case study
Products: 3no Spaceshade Lux playground canopies and feature entrance canopy, Elk timber cycle shelter, Sailshade tensile canopy, Rolshade roller blinds and rooflights
Specifier: South Gloucestershire Council
Kensington Systems worked with Rydon Construction and South Gloucestershire Council to provide a complete shade and shelter package, including canopies, cycle storage, blinds and a tensile fabric shade sail.
This enabled the contractor to improve efficiency and make cost savings by using one subcontractor.
Warmley Park School offers provision for pupils aged 3-19 with severe learning difficulties, profound and multiple difficulties, and those on the Autistic Spectrum.
They also cater for pupils with additional needs including sensory impairments and physical disabilities.
3 Spaceshade Lux canopies are installed externally. They provide flexible outdoor learning space for pupils to use all year round. A Sailshade tensile fabric canopy in moss green provides shade on the school field.
A bespoke Spaceshade entrance canopy ensures a welcoming first impression. The strong blue shade tones well with the coloured render used on the building facade.
Rolshade roller blinds and rooflight blinds are installed throughout the building.
An Elk Oslo timber cycle shelter houses the bikes of pupils and staff. A timber clad shelter like this one provides a more aesthetically pleasing storage solution than a standard steel option.