Multi-use games areas

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Good teachers have a key role to play in ensuring that children and young people reach their full potential in PE and sport, but excellent buildings and school grounds also play a vital role.

The best primary PE and sport facilities are attractive, inspiring and functional all year round, contributing to an enjoyable teaching and learning experience.

To make sure as many people as possible are playing sport the government is spending £450 million on improving PE and sport in primary schools – the final round of funding being released for the academic years of 2015/16.

Multi-use games areas allow primary school children to engage in appropriate play all year round. They also have the ability to provide more sporting opportunities for the surrounding community, creating additional income streams for the school and enabling further spend on other important areas.

At Fordingbridge, we are passionate about helping you maximise your site's potential. Our expert fully project-managed design and build solutions give you certainty of cost, quality and timing and help you ensure your school is successful every academic year.


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