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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.
The transformation has been amazing, our children just don't want to go home as they love playing on their new equipment.Darrell Merchand - Woodstock Primary School, Oxon
The children just LOVE it now, we are finding it hard for them to want to come inside!’ ‘The bespoke castle is such a hit with all the children, even the youngest children can find a way up onto the top platforms...we keep them off the more challenging bits as they can grow into using these once they get older.
The whole space has just encouraged the staff to be creative and think about how they can plan a lesson around using X outside…we have spent a lot of time setting up a ‘welcome to your new area’ for children who are starting with us and new to the area, this really helps us with our baseline assessmentsJackie Garner - Harbinger Primary School, London
Thank you very much for the work you carried out at the school over the holiday. The children and parents love the playgrounds and so do I and the staff. I am hoping we might be able to use you again soon.Rick Hyde - Forest School, Timperley
The children love their new grass – and so do we all.Gill Wilson - Lady Lane Park School - Bradford
The Pentagon employee who constructed the Gazebo is to be commended on his diligence and work ethicAnthony Jenkins - Chancel Primary School, Staffordshire
We now have learning opportunities that were not there before such as: Investigative Learning, Physical Play and Creative Play. Health and safety is paramount within the school and Andy understood this very well. The level of communication with the guys on site was great and very much appreciated on our part. They would let us know exactly what was going on which helped our teaching staff plan activities and lessons. Nothing would have been differently - if anything, I may have started our leveling of our other playground sooner.Paul King - Green Lane Special School, Warrington