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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.
FantasticN Harris - Goldington Green Academy, Bedfordshire
The installation process was managed to cause minimal disruption to school activities. I would highly recommend Pentagon to other schools.Mrs J Steane - St Bart's Primary School, Coventry
The sales rep was knowledgeable, the work was carried out promptly and the installers were polite and couteous. I would use Pentagon again.R.Wood - St Oswald's C.E. Infant School, Ashbourne
We have used Pentagon on a number of occasions for improvements to our outdoor play area, equipment and outdoor classroom, and have recently had a Trim Trail erected. We can’t recommend them highly enough – very professional, excellent workmanship and after care service.Sonia Spooner - Underwood West Primary School, Chester
I want to take the opportunity to state how impressed I've been with Rob and his fitting crew. Over the far too many years I care to remember in the job, I've experienced countless different contractors in and around school but none match the work rate and quality of Rob and his crew. Nothing was ever too much bother and the communication throughout the job was fantastic.Andrew Marsh-Ballard - Priestley Primary School, Calne
Thank you for finishing on time. Your staff were very hardworking, pleasant and a pleasure to deal with.Sue Simmons - Thornton Primary School, Birmingham