February 15, 2022 7.45 am

Lincoln Minster School opens new £250k play facility for pupils

Learning and playing outdoor is more fun

Break time just got a whole lot more exciting for pupils at Lincoln Minster School, with the completion of a new £250,000 outdoor learning and play facility.

The new facilities at the school took four months to complete, having started in October 2021, and will now be available to use across all year groups at the preparatory school, from reception up to year six.

Developed by Timothy Playscapes, the independent co-educational day and boarding school on Upper Lindum Street in Lincoln will benefit from spaces for role play, adventurous climbing areas, tipis, woodland campsite features and even running water play.

There are plenty of areas dedicated to adventurous learning in a fun way. | Photo: Lincoln Minster School

Running water play, and clearly the kids love it! | Photo: Lincoln Minster School

It comes as the school was recently ranked among the top 40 preparatory schools in the UK in The Sunday Times Parent Power Guide 2022.

The pupils have been sampling the new equipment and look to be having fun. | Photo: Lincoln Minster School

Various segments to the play facility meaning there are plenty of options. | Photo: Lincoln Minster School

It gets a seal of approval from these four! | Photo: Lincoln Minster School

A great place for the children to enjoy themselves between classes. | Photo: Lincoln Minster School

Maria Young, Lincoln Minster School Headmistress, said: “Providing an inspiring environment for outdoor learning and play is important for us here at Lincoln Minster School.

“The interactive and stimulating outdoor learning environment will provide our pupils with an enriched learning experience and give them the opportunity to build their confidence and learn new sets of skills.”

There is also a large sand pit as part of the works. | Photo: Lincoln Minster School

It took a total of four months to construct. | Photo: Lincoln Minster School