Ruislip Residents' Association

Councillor Corthorne Opens BWI's Outdoor Learning Facility

On Monday 28th.November Councillor Philip Corthorne visited Bishop Winnington-Ingram to open their new Table Tennis Outdoor Learning Facility. Money for the project came from donations from the school's Parents' Association and funding from the Ward Budget kindly supported by Councillor Corthorne. He was met by the Head Boy, Head Girl and their Deputies as well as the two Sports Prefects. They then escorted the Councillor together with members of the Parents' Association and a representative from Ruislip Residents' Association to the Facility.
Head Boy, Head Girl and DeputiesThe Sports Prefects
Councillor Corthorne plays the first match
Councillor Corthorne cut the ribbon and declared the Facility open. He was invited to play a match with the pupils which was great fun for everyone! On the way back into school Councillor Corthorne commented on how the school had changed since his last visit.

The Sports Prefects have devised a weekly timetable to ensure that every pupil has a chance to use the Facility. Now the pupils of BWI can enjoy Outdoor Learning much more.

All the tables are made from recycled materials allowing the school to support the sustainability of our world.


Most of the information in the above report was written by the Head Boy and Head Girl.


Published in Primary on 06 December 2016.
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