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Playground Equipment For Key Stage 2
As Key Stage 2 learners progress and become more and more mature, they need to have access to an outdoor learning environment that still pushes them to achieve more.
At this stage in their development, children have identified certain strengths and weaknesses that they have and our innovative playground designs can help children develop their strengths further and help rectify their weaknesses. For instance, our Multi-Use-games-Area (MUGA) will give children the platform to practice a sport that they are naturally gifted at and a Wildlife Area can be used to introduce children to concepts such as PH levels which will help prepare them for topics in secondary school.
We take this opportunity to thank you for your assistance in this project. The work has been carried out to a high specification and your workers on site were very co-operative. We shall certainly recommend you in the future.Susan Fletcher - Pier Lodge Day Nursery, Essex
Very efficient - fitted in with school timetable with flexibility and good humour!Briony Wood - Sevenoaks Primary School, Kent
We have been very happy with the professionalism and help from the staff working on siteCelia Ashbrook - St Pauls of the Cross Primary School, Warrington
I must say, the service from Pentagon was fantastic and their knowledge of EYFS was important when helping us to develop our new area. What was once a muddy and underused space, is now an attractive free flow environment with plenty of resources for play and learningChantal Lancashire - St Teresa's Catholic primary School, Bristol
Many thanks for the new shelter and playground surfacing. The sales representative was knowledgeable and the work was carried out promptly and with minimal disruption, as expected. We would recommend Pentagon Sport to other schools.Nicki Wells - St Bernadette's Catholic Primary School, Blackpool
We are delighted with the play equipment – the children love it! Steve and Pete were great too – very professional.
Vicki Woollacott - Westwood First School - Staffordshire