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16/11/2011 (EB)''Fairfield Infants School in Havant opened their new outside classroom, a wooden hide on Wednesday 16th November 2011.''Pictured is: Headteacher Brenda France with (left) Matthew Wright (5) and Luke Cheshire (5) looking out the new wooden hide.''Picture: Sarah Standing (114084-279)
16/11/2011 (EB)''Fairfield Infants School in Havant opened their new outside classroom, a wooden hide on Wednesday 16th November 2011.''Pictured is: Headteacher Brenda France with (left) Matthew Wright (5) and Luke Cheshire (5) looking out the new wooden hide.''Picture: Sarah Standing (114084-279)
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ALL children dream of having their own tree-house.

Now pupils at Fairfield Infant School can learn in one every day.

The school had a new outdoor classroom built to help the youngsters with their schoolwork.

And nestled among the school’s wooded area, it looks just like a tree-house.

The outdoor classroom has been opened up for the first time.

Headteacher Brenda France said: ‘It’s absolutely magical when you are inside it.

‘The way it’s been designed makes it look like a little tree-house.

‘The children love it. They can look down at the wildlife and things in the meadow.

‘We were working with a company called Blue Forest and they have done such a wonderful job.

‘It really is unique and it fits in with the wooded area around it really well.’

The outdoor classroom has been built some way off the ground so the school’s youngsters can look down at their nearby meadow.

The space will also be used as an area for drama and role-playing games.