Pupils enjoy new nursery garden

PUBLISHED: 20:00 26 September 2012

Nursery pupils playing in new nursery garden.

Nursery pupils playing in new nursery garden.


PUPILS at Windwhistle Primary School in Weston have given their brand new nursery garden a big thumbs up.

School governors took the decision to completely overhaul the school’s old garden over the summer, with the work taking place over the summer holidays.

The new garden features rubber bank surfacing, artificial grass, a climbing frame, traverse wall, sand pit and planters.

Headteacher Lyn Hunt said: “The nursery garden is now a wonderful learning environment for the children and will enable them to develop their skills in all areas.

“It can be used in any weather so will really make a big difference to their learning.”

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