New multi-activity climbing frame unveiled at Chichester school
A Chichester school officially opened its new play equipment this morning, just in time for pupils to enjoy using during the summer term.
The new multi-activity climbing frame at Oakwood School was funded by the Friends of Oakwood parents’ association.
School secretary and marketing manager Lucy Jackson said: “We’re grateful to them for providing it for us as it will provide hours of fun for our pupils
“We love to encourage our children to be outside and this equipment is a wonderful resource for them.”
Head teacher Clare Bradbury said she was delighted to have it ready for the summer term.
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