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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.
We have been very impressed with Pentagon, your installation teams work hard and were used to working in and around our children. The children love it and there has definitely been an improvement in behaviour at break times…we’d be happy to recommended and refer you to other schools.Mr Lee Pinchback - Fairways Primary School, Southend-on-Sea
I cannot express strongly enough how fabulous Steve and Peter have been this week. They checked each step of the project with us and were always patient and accommodating when we changed our minds! If you have employees of the month or something similar, they would both wholeheartedly get our votes!Vicki Bradley - All Saints C.E. (V.C) First School, Staffordshire
Our recent installation has made such a massive difference, playtime has been transformed. The children are much safer, the playground looks much more appealing. Even the parents love it.Caroline Gandy - Forest Park School, Sale
Working with Pentagon has been an absolute pleasure from start to finish. From the very first meeting, Marion listened to what we wanted and advised on what they could provide for our needs and budget. Throughout the whole project, Pentagon has provided the highest standards in communication, workmanship, quality equipment and value for money.Karen - Old Stratford Primary School, Milton Keynes
The children love it and we've even set up a gardening club tasked with developing the area further and maintaining it. We'd like to thank Pentagon for installing this fantastic addition to our playground and for providing oxygenated plants and fish for the pond. The next steps for the gardening club, is to plant vegetables in one corner and a 'minibeast' hotel in the otherJeremy Hughes - West Town lane Academy, Bristol
The castle is really fun, we can spy on people from the lookout glassesLilli - Rugby Free School Pupil, Rugby