An outdoor classroom to help children with special needs focus on art has been unveiled.
A grant of £1,500 was given to the Painshill education department by WHDFAS to build the all-weather outdoor learning space, which will provide a safe environment for children.
The area will be particularly of use to those with special education needs because it will promote sensory learning.
Laurence Shafe, chairmain of the WHDFAS, said: "Painshill does a wonderful job in involving children in a wide range of exciting activities and we hope that the outdoor classroom will enable more to be done in a wider range of weather conditions."
The outdoor classroom will be used for painting and making sculptures with natural materials.