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Our range of Key Stage 1 playground equipment will ensure your children have continual development from EYFS through to KS1 and beyond. We'll help you further unlock the potential of your KS1 learners by providing you with replicated challenges from early years but with a higher level of difficulty.

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Playground Equipment For Key Stage 1 Children

Our uniquely designed Key Stage 1 playground equipment will take your children onto the next level and help them discover their natural strengths and weaknesses.

We’ll further develop children’s spoken language, physical literacy, climbing confidence, social interaction, communication and their understanding of the world.

The Installation team were extremely professional. We had good communication during the installation and discussed each phase as it progressed. The area was left tidy and sade with no risk to the children. I really appreciate the way the team worked and whilst on site we had no issues at all. 

Trevor Illingworth - Ranvilles Junior School, Hampshire

Our new mud kitchen has really enhanced the children’s learning. They are developing their motor skills, creative thinking, investigative skills and understanding of mathematical concepts. The children chatter endlessly whilst they are in the area – asking and answering questions, linking their play to their own experiences and acting out their own story lines. All this whilst playing with mud, glorious, mud!

Carly Pearson – Nene Valley Primary School, Peterborough

We got what we wanted - great items, fantastic installation team. No problems. 

Nick Moore - Patcham Junior School, Brighton

Fantastic work and a great team. Thank you for the new equipment

M Balaam – St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School, Southampton

The children love their new grass - and so do we all. 

Gill Wilson - Lady Lane park School, Bradford

The guys doing the artificial grass worked really hard to not cause any disruption as the children were in school. 

Miss Gordan - Button Lane Primary School, Manchester

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