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Create a child-led EYFS outdoor area with our incredible range of early years outdoor play equipment. Our EYFS consultants will work with you to create an outdoor learning environment that will encourage children to express themselves, explore their imaginations, conduct investigations, work in teams, take safe risks and make errors, decisions and choices as autonomous learners.

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Early Years Outdoor Playground Equipment

Pentagon Play are EYFS experts who always have a constant influx of new and innovative early years outdoor playground equipment. Our team of educational experts and former teachers, will provide a consultative approach to help you create an outdoor learning environment brimming with stimulating resources.

We'll explore the potential of your playground to create zones for investigative learning, messy play, physical development, literacy, mathematics and expressive arts to name but a few. Our EYFS product range is fully inclusive and will encourage open-ended and non-prescriptive play. Take a tour of our incredible EYFS projects by watching the videos below... we truly are a trusted provider when it comes to developing your EYFS outdoor area.

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Denise Hall - The Green Way Academy - Hull

We are happy with the completed work. I would recommend Pentagon Sport to other schools.

 

Alison Edwards - Whitfield Valley Primary - Stoke-on-Trent

We have been very happy with the professionalism and help from the staff working on site

Celia Ashbrook - St Pauls of the Cross Primary School, Warrington

Very friendly and helpful fitters.

J. white - Norley CE Primary School, Frodsham

It was a pleasure to have your installers on site. 

Francis Calvert - Sevenoaks County Primary School, Kent

The children just LOVE it now, we are finding it hard for them to want to come inside!’ ‘The bespoke castle is such a hit with all the children, even the youngest children can find a way up onto the top platforms...we keep them off the more challenging bits as they can grow into using these once they get older.

The whole space has just encouraged the staff to be creative and think about how they can plan a lesson around using X outside…we have spent a lot of time setting up a ‘welcome to your new area’ for children who are starting with us and new to the area, this really helps us with our baseline assessments

Jackie Garner - Harbinger Primary School, London

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