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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.
" Very efficient, polite! Great work we're all very pleased with how quickly our two shelters have been built"Amber mule Primary
Our playground was small and there was often large puddles, making outdoor P.E in the winter almost impossible. We had worked with Pentagon before, right from the start they were client orientated, very professional and very knowledgeable. They helped steer us to a practical, cost effective solution. The quality of worked continued into the construction phase. Equipment arrived on site as per schedule and was secured safely. The workmen arrived early, observed all H&S requirements, worked full days and left the site secure each evening.
We have now had our MUGA for over a year (nearly two winters). The children have used it every break and lunchtime as an extension to the playground. Clubs, games and coaching have gone on throughout the year. It is robust in construction, delightful to the eye, extremely practical and hard wearing.Mike O'Keefe - St Edmunds Catholic Primary School - Wiltshire
We can play music in our octopus garden because we have big pipes and a silver instrument on the wallErin - Rugby Free School Pupil, Rugby
Had a go on the circuit with grandchildren aged 5 and 3 at the weekend. It was a great success - they insisted on going round 3 times!Kathy Doyle - Peover Superior Council, Peover
Thank you for another job well done, we will use Pentagon again, once we have some more moneyPamela Boswell - Brackenfield School, Derbyshire
We would have no problems in recommending Pentagon play to other schools and as a special school, we were really impressed with the level of knowledge and the desire to learn about our pupils and their needs.Grove Park School, East Sussex