A primary school in the Knowsley area of Liverpool is being treated to a playground revamp – thanks to paint materials donated by Fusion21 supplier, Bell Group UK.
The outdoor space at St Leo’s & Southmead Primary School is undergoing an artistic transformation, with colourful artwork – designed by local Liverpool company art4design – helping to brighten up the playground used by reception classes.
National painting and decorating contractor Bell Group gifted a wide range of paint colours and varnish to support the project, as part of its commitment as a Fusion21 supplier to creating social value in communities.
Working on a voluntary basis, art4design is producing artwork which brings to life curriculum topics studied at school – from animals, to the seasons, buildings and vehicles. Interactive wall-art is also being created to encourage learning and imaginative play – and includes a family of robots made from recycled computer parts.
Image above: The interactive robot wall created for primary school children at St Leo’s & Southmead Primary School.
Mrs Grundy, Head Teacher at St Leo’s & Southmead Primary School said “The kind donation of paint supplies and artistic talent is creating a colourful and fun environment.
“The playground has been transformed and the children love it! The children now choose to play out and will openly talk/chat about the colourful displays. We are all delighted and many more children in the future will benefit. Thank you so much.”
Watch this video to see how the playground has been progressing: https://vimeo.com/163231890