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Playground Equipment For Key Stage 2
As Key Stage 2 learners progress and become more and more mature, they need to have access to an outdoor learning environment that still pushes them to achieve more.
At this stage in their development, children have identified certain strengths and weaknesses that they have and our innovative playground designs can help children develop their strengths further and help rectify their weaknesses. For instance, our Multi-Use-games-Area (MUGA) will give children the platform to practice a sport that they are naturally gifted at and a Wildlife Area can be used to introduce children to concepts such as PH levels which will help prepare them for topics in secondary school.
Sam really brought the space to life for us, he could see how we could zone play into 2 new areas so that there was something for the younger children and something for them to grow into. It also helped us to the supervise play and make sure everyone has the chance of getting a go.Fiona Waterhouse – Longwick CE Combined School, Buckinghamshire
Thank you for another job well done, we will use Pentagon again, once we have some more moneyPamela Boswell - Brackenfield School, Derbyshire
I would recommend Pentagon to other schoolsRebecca Bucknall - Kingston Park Academy, Worksop
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
The sales consultant was knowledgeable and provided us with all the information we required to make our decision. The work was carried out promptly as expected and I would use Pentagon again.Sue Alcock - Victoria Road Primary School, Ashford
The process has been fantastic and really simple. The fitters were very friendly and accommodating, adapting the design to suit our needs as they went. Pentagon Play made it all so easy!
The children's favourite part is the hill where they have enjoyed running up and rolling down. They have also used it when experimenting with cars and how far they can make them roll.
The Water Wall has been useful in giving the children the opportunity to experiment with moving the plastic and finding the quickest way to get the water from top to bottom.Melissa Hawkins - Chelmondiston Primary School, Ipswich