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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 have thoroughly enjoyed working with Pentagon Play. They have been very professional and extremely helpful. I would like to say a big thank you to Luke, he has been instrumental in getting this project completed. We are very happy at Mayflower with the final outcomes. I will continue to work with Pentagon Play in the future. I'd still like to do more with some other spaces we have and I would also definitely recommend Pentagon Play to other schools in the future!Adam Stock – Mayflower Primary School, London
We first met Pentagon Play at a conference and a site visit was booked shortly after. We already had a vision of the MUGA and quotations from two other companies. However, when Luke visited this was soon to change. He firstly listened to what we wanted to achieve and then with his expert advice, knowledge and past experience, we decided to increase the size and the layout of the MUGA. This initial visit was invaluable in helping us to get this project right and is one of the main reasons we decided to work with Pentagon Play.Scotts Primary School, Hornchurch
Excellent. Great job and thanks for your effort over the weekend.Mark Bradbury - Abbeywood School, Yorkshire
The men who came to install the play equipment were extremely polite and considerate. A credit to your company.Trisha Hill - Northmead Junior School, Surrey
Really pleased with the service provided.Andrew Smith - Foxhole Ball Park, Cornwall
The entrance to the school was looking particularly tired and uninviting with equipment that couldn't be used. This area has now been transformed into an inviting, exciting and engaging space for the children to use. The children particularly love the 'climb through tunnel hill' trying to find different ways up, over and through which has benefited their core strength and balance as well as communication skills.Diane Charman - Oakridge Junior School, Hampshire