Enclosed Outdoor Classrooms

Our Enclosed Outdoor Classrooms provide for a variety of options for outdoor learning. These types of buildings can be used in all weathers and all year round for aspects of outdoor leaning, study and play. Alternatively they can be used for parent waiting shelters, staff rooms, studios, community buildings etc. Available in different shapes and sizes (octagonal, square and rectangular) the enclosed outdoor classrooms offer the attractive design features common to all our range of buildings but in a slightly larger building. As with the entire range, every aspect of the building can be selected and chosen by the customer, be it choice of floor, roof, insulation, doors, windows and bi-fold doors.

Features and Benefits

  • Available in different sizes and shapes (as above) – square 3m, 3.5m and 4m; rectangular 4m x 3m, 5m x 3m, 5m x 4m, 6m x 4m, 7m x 4m & 6m x 5m
  • Available in octagonal sizes from 3m up to 6m with attractive French doors
  • Manufactured out of cedar wood which requires very little on-going maintenance and typically lasts a lot longer than traditional timbers such as pine
  • Option for insulation to roof and walls
  • For square and rectangular buildings, option to have either a hipped or mono pitch roof style
  • Option to have an atrium style glazed roof to allow in lots of extra daylight
  • For square and rectangular versions, bi-fold doors are available to allow you to fully open up one side of the building (good for free flow education)
  • Option to have 50% grip deck for an extra non-slip surface
  • Full delivery and installation services
  • Option to have timber sub-frame base for uneven ground or installation onto grass
  • Option to have front access steps and ramp

“Having read an unsolicited email from the Hideout House Company, my interest was piqued and I contacted Simon Fearnehough.  As a result we now have a fantastic outdoor shelter/classroom which sits beautifully in the school surroundings.  The whole process was completely painless and took six months from initial contact to project completion.  That doesn’t happen often in schools.”

Sheilagh Peacock

SBM The Winchcombe