Trim trail fun

New trim trail at thye Clarkson Infants School bought by the Clarkson Parent Partnership. Front from left: Julia, Louis, Kian, Poppy, Lewis and Mandy Seaton, the chair of CPP. Back are: Rebecca Hunt, Sienna and Rebecca Hogg.
New trim trail at thye Clarkson Infants School bought by the Clarkson Parent Partnership. Front from left: Julia, Louis, Kian, Poppy, Lewis and Mandy Seaton, the chair of CPP. Back are: Rebecca Hunt, Sienna and Rebecca Hogg.
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Playtime for children at Clarkson Infants’ School is now even more fun after new equipment was installed.

A wooden trim trail and a selection of large outdoor musical instruments are pride of place in the grounds of the Wisbech school.

Outdoor musical instruments at the Clarkson Infants School bought by the Clarkson Parent Partnership. Thomas and Sophie with CPP members Tony Skeels, Alison Gidney and Sarah James.

Outdoor musical instruments at the Clarkson Infants School bought by the Clarkson Parent Partnership. Thomas and Sophie with CPP members Tony Skeels, Alison Gidney and Sarah James.

Headteacher Dominic Sharp said the aim was to make the playground more active and give the children more activities to keep them engaged.

The musical instruments, which include drums, a xylophone and shakers, have been installed in a garden area with winding pathways and seating that was previously under-used.

The trim trail consists of a wooden obstacle course of walkways and ropes that is not only good fun but good exercise as well.

The new equipment was paid for by the school and Government sport funding. The Clarkson Parent Partnership (CPP) also put a significant amount of money towards it. They were thanked for all their hard work throughout the year.

New trim trail at thye Clarkson Infants School bought by the Clarkson Parent Partnership. Head teacher Dominic Sharp with Kian and Poppy.

New trim trail at thye Clarkson Infants School bought by the Clarkson Parent Partnership. Head teacher Dominic Sharp with Kian and Poppy.