Baytree pupils try out new playground

PUBLISHED: 16:00 03 May 2019

Baytree School's new playground donated by Weston Sunbeams. Headteacher Ed Bowen-Roberts and pupils thanking Will and Maureen Painter from Weston Sunbeams.    

Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Baytree School's new playground donated by Weston Sunbeams. Headteacher Ed Bowen-Roberts and pupils thanking Will and Maureen Painter from Weston Sunbeams. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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Children tested out new play equipment, including a trampoline and sand pit.

A new playground has been built at Weston's Baytree School for early years students, to help them develop their motor skills.

The specialist school takes young people who have severe learning difficulties.

The new outside area includes a sunken trampoline, sand and water play areas, music and a range of play apparatus to climb over and navigate across.

Headteacher Ed Bowen-Roberts said: “The new playground development is for our early years students accessed by two classrooms with up to 16 learners all with profound and complex special educational needs and disabilities.

“The new playground will enable all our learners to play, interact and have fun.

“All of which has been kindly donated by Weston Sunbeams.”


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