Act now to ensure you have extra dining capacity for the start of academic year

by Streetspace Group in Uncategorized | 2 comments

Sponne School Head of School Iain Massey talks about increasing dining capacity on campus.

 

Schools needing to increase their dining or sports capacity by September must act now if they are to meet planning and construction timeframes.

Covered areas can be installed quickly and cost effectively and will transform the life of the school.

For less than £30,000, an all-year-round outdoor dining space can be created for an extra 100 students.

Streetspace has a range of solutions to help. Its covered canopies can create all-weather outdoor social spaces that are perfect for lunch breaks and outdoor learning and its ZONE glazed buildings are perfect to create additional indoor dining hall space.

Games and sports areas can benefit from dramatic increased usage when upgraded to an all-weather multi-use games area. With floodlighting to enable additional after-school activity, head teachers can achieve a four-fold increase in sports pitch use on their campus.

Streetspace offer a complete package from start to finish including submitting planning applications on your behalf as well as complete installation, commissioning and maintenance.

To find out more about the company’s range of sun shelters, glass canopies and covered walkways visit www.streetspacegroup.co.uk or call 01227 200404.

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Article Comments

  1. Tom Snelgrove says:

    Hi please can you make contact – I would be infested in finding more out

  2. Adam Kielczyk says:

    Dear street space . We are desperate for innovation and some clever solution to make sure our special needs students have a good space for dinning.
    Can you please contact me and arrange visit.

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