On-site advisory visit
Would your project benefit from having an experienced local professional visit your site? Why not take the opportunity to have someone examine your plans, listen to your concerns and help you develop your outdoor space into a more inspiring resource?
Our advisory visit service can offer you:
- advice on how you can develop your site into an inspirational learning, play and teaching environment
- guidance on overcoming common obstacles and maximising the potential of your outdoor space
- ideas on how to include the community in the development process.
Once we're both happy that a visit will meet your needs a local, accredited professional will spend up to half a day with you. After a tour of your grounds with staff and pupils they will talk through the issues identified and suggest ideas and ways forward. This discussion could include senior staff members and non-teaching staff.
The price can vary depending upon your needs or the professional you choose but expect to pay around £250.
In addition to the above an extended visit provides the opportunity for additional training or workshop sessions. These could be for teachers or pupils. The scope of this session would be agreed in advance.
The price can vary depending upon your needs or the professional you choose but expect to pay around £500.
Our professionals can follow up their visit with a report summarising their recommendations and advice. This can be useful to share the outcomes with other stakeholders such as Governors or Parent Associations.
The price can vary depending upon your needs or the professional you choose but expect to pay around £150.
What's not included
An advisory visit will not leave you with a detailed technical design, survey or plan. It does however, give you the vision and knowledge to engage with professionals and give them a comprehensive brief. We can provide details of local service providers.
If you are in England Wales or Northern Ireland please go HERE to find a local professional to support your project
If you are in Scotland please contact firstname.lastname@example.org