These Year 1 pupils were among the first to test out The Pavilion – built for 30 children to do their reading or lessons if it is nice and bright.
The funding, of just over £4,500, came from a community fund from the Kingswood Parks Co-Op store, thanks to local shoppers voting for the school.
School Business Manager Wendy Crombleholme said: “I’d like to thank everyone who voted for the school – thanks to their help we received over £4,500. It is fantastic and thanks to their support the children have the amazing opportunity of an outdoor classroom.
“They absolutely love it. They love sitting out here and being out in the fresh air.
“They’re really enthusiastic about it. They’re all engaged and it just adds a different element to the classroom.”
The school has significantly grown since being opened in November 2014, opening its doors with 315 children to 630 learning there today. Watch this space for more updates as the school thrives…