Beaulieu Convent School Playground was upgraded in 2013 to provide a safe and open playground . The refurbishment included new playground equipment including a tower climbing frame, a climbing wall and timber planters.
The celebrated the opening of the new playground at the start of the new year by inviting the oldest past pupil in the island to cut the ribbon.
The development of the primary playground was intended to maximize space and allow a free open play area. A multi activity area was created with a climbing wall with climbing net , a tower climbing frame with activity panels and wooden planters. All finished with a soft colourful surfacing of artificial grass and wet pour rubber
A tower climbing frame provided an adventure playground style piece of playground equipment. The tower unit included two play platforms accessed by ladders and climbing walls and slopes. The play platforms were linked with a bridge and end with a green slide. The tower unit was further enhanced with activity panels including noughts and crosses and 4 in a row games.
A ‘geen’ area was created using artificial grass and wooden planter. This provides an outdoor teaching area and a soft area for sitting on the ground surround.
A climbing wall with a climbing net was also installed. The difficulty of the wall was increased by the addition of a climbing net between two wooden climbing walls. Climbing walls can also be created on existing walls indoor and outdoors.