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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.

I just wanted to thank all of you at Pentagon, for all the hard work that has been put in by everyone.  The outdoor area looks fantastic and is a huge improvement.  The two guys that installed it were very courteous and friendly and have done a fantastic job.

Thank you to you all once again.

Marie Craven - The Railway Children Preschool, Nottingham

Delightful and very courteous workmen - nothing was too much trouble. Thank you.

Janice Howard - Our Lady of Lourdes, Lancashire

I was thrilled with all four Pentagon installers, they were a delight to have on site and the work they have completed is amazing. I was really impressed with Paul who visited site on more than one occasion to ensure that everything ran smoothly. I will be using Pentagon for any future developments.

Mr Maddison - Ravenswood Primary School, Newcastle

Very friendly and helpful fitters.

J. white - Norley CE Primary School, Frodsham

We are delighted with our new outdoor lab. It has exceeded our expectations and we are devising new opportunities for outdoor learning every week

Diane Hunt - Heage Primary School, Derbyshire

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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