Up in Moray (New Elgin Primary School, I think?) they have invested in some new secure cycle storage.
Then, instead of leaving the old bike sheds to become ‘dead space’ they have turned the area into a simple traversing wall for the children to play and climb on.
It is undercover as well – so you can even climb in the rain (something that you have to get used to living in Scotland!).
How might you use a bit of paint to brigten up some of those dark and boring spaces in your school grounds?
More on climbing walls and climbing wall holds for children here – from the wall that I was involved in building and the Grove Infant School on Portland (Now part of Isle of Portland Aldridge Community Academy).