Revamped playground and children’s centre boosts Swinnow Primary pupils

Upgraded facilities: The Trim Trail and equipment supported by Cenergist will help enrich Swinnow Primary School pupils playground experience.

Pupils and staff at Swinnow Primary School are celebrating after having their playground and children’s centre facilities upgraded thanks to a grant from Cenergist. 

With offices in Beeston, Cenergist is a specialist energy and water services company that is helping Leeds City Council improve the energy efficiency of its housing and public buildings, reducing the risk of fuel poverty while cutting energy bills and carbon emissions.   

As part of its social value commitment, Cenergist has provided a grant to fund a new trim trail and playground equipment at the school and refurbish the children’s centre including a purpose-built canopy with an artificial turfed area for the children during summer.

Swinnow Primary School headteacher, Becky Naylor, said: “The funds have made a huge difference in terms on enriching our pupils’ playground experience and supporting our staff with upgraded facilities in our Children’s Centre.”

Cenergist's Stephen Duffy, Claire Howells and Becky Naylor from Swinnow Primary School and Cenergist's Fiona Railson.
Cenergist’s Stephen Duffy, Claire Howells and Becky Naylor from Swinnow Primary School and Cenergist’s Fiona Railson.

Cenergist’s Director of Operations, Alex Brown said: “It has been a pleasure to work with Swinnow Primary School in improving their facilities. Hopefully they will improve the learning experience and enjoyment of the children.

“As a company, we recognise our commitment and responsibilities to the wider community in the areas in which we operate and are happy to support such initiatives.” 

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