Ashbridge Primary School prides themselves on the quality of education they offer their pupils. They are committed to the highest of standards in education and care.
A key part of education is sport, it keeps the children active and gets them involved in team-building activities. Sarah Carr, Ashbridge Primary Schools headteacher, recognised this and together with Mike Slattery of Bramley And Pate Architects, they decided the school would benefit from having a new Multi-Use sports facility.
Following meetings with Playrite, the school chose Matchplay 2 for the area as it is ideal for 5-A-Side Football, Hockey and Basketball which was just what the school were looking for.
The school were on a tight schedule with the start of a new term fast approaching, Ken Smith from Playrite worked closely with Matt Davidson of MJD Groundworks to ensure that the surface was delivered without delay and also that the installation was completed to a high standard yet in a good turnaround to ensure the school could show off its new surface on the reopening of school.
The school and architects definitely chose well with the Matchplay 2 surface, it is an easy maintenance sports surface requiring minimal sand infill. With regular routine care, the new Multi-Use area at Ashbridge Primary school is a sound investment in the development of their children and they will enjoy their new facility for years to come.