(Named after the opening by His Grace the Bishop of Portsmouth 22nd July 2013 at Wickham CE Aided Primary School).
Fully enclosed and secure, this Gazebo Barn is constructed to a particularly high specification.
Including steel reinforced concrete flooring, twin sets of French doors and opening double glazed windows, this wheelchair friendly classroom is safe and enjoyable to use in all conditions.
On the edge of the playing field this is intended to further enhance outdoor learning, so valued by the school governors, staff and pupils. The provision of this structure facilitates engagement through first hand learning for all the children. Providing a bridgehead to Forest Learning, science experiments and a unique creative space.
|Fully enclosed Gazebo Barn|
|Roof Section||219 x 45mm (Tanalith E) treated timber fully prepared with corners eased|
45 x 145mm (Tanalith E) treated timber fully prepared with corners eased
|Posts||219 x 70mm (Tanalith E) treated timber fully prepared with corners eased|
(All posts are further protected by ‘Post Saver™ sleeves)
|Roof Cladding||16mm ‘Lexan’ brand Bronze Polycarbonate with brown glazing bars and finial|
|Walls||Internally lined with 12mm ply on a 70 x 45mm frame externally lined with a waterproof membrane and covered with shiplap timber|
|Guttering||Brown ‘SquareFlo’ draining to a soak-away|
|Flooring/Foundation||100mm steel reinforced concrete pad over a compacted 150mm hard core base|
|Polycarbonate Roof||Bronze ‘Lexan’ 16mm triple wall polycarbonate with brown glazing bars and guttering|
|Double Glazing||Two pairs of French doors and three sets of inward opening windows|