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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.

Since Pentagon installed our equipment: the children are engaged and excited, behaviour has improved, the Yr 6 young leaders have helped set up the games tables and making packs for their children to use, the teachers love it and the Story Telling area is used frequently.  

Trisha Highton - Cheveley Primary School, Suffolk

First of all, may I say what an outstanding service your guys have provided this weekend? Polite, professional and efficient, Aidie and Steve have worked superbly the last two days and the result is stunning. I knew it would change but what a transformation, I am absolutely thrilled with the result.

James D Allen - Beech Hall School, Macclesfield

Just a fantastic, quality product delivered with expert craft.

Mr Watkin - Private Residence, Chester

Excellent service from start to finish! All people involved in our outdoor project were courteous and professional. Thank you Pentagon! :)

Claire Skilbeck - St Patrick's Primary, Leicester

Thank you Pentagon Play for helping us to create this fantastic space for our children.

Heaher Jacskon - Ash Grove Academy, Macclesfield

Thanks to James and all the team. You fully met our expectations and we are delighted with our log climber. It was great to work with a sales representative and installation team who understand the realities of schools.

Janet Hoyle - Watermore Primary School, Bristol

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