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Special needs outdoor playground equipment that will stimulate children's senses, develop social skills and regulate their energy levels. Our SEN consultants will work with you to create an outdoor environment that will improve children's behavioural traits, emotional feelings, sensory processing, communication skills, social interaction and sustained concentration.

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Special Needs Outdoor Playground Equipment

Our dedicated products team have consulted with SEN experts, teachers and children to design and perfect a fantastic selection of SEN Playground Equipment. With the intention to help children with special educational needs feel comfortable during a school day, the feedback from the children themselves has been invaluable!

As many children find free-flow, open-ended, physical play activities therapeutic, we have designed a brilliant range of playground equipment to provide children with regulatory, heavy work activities and breakout spaces in their playground.

Promoting self-regulation and providing therapeutic activities in the playground is important for any school catering towards children with SEN as they begin to understand how and when to calm themselves, recognising when they are becoming frustrated, overwhelmed or unfocused, children are able refocus themselves and become centred and ready for learning.

Designed with inclusivity in mind, our outdoor play equipment enables children of different abilities and ages to play and learn together, encouraging cooperation and socialisation in the playground.

Our expert SEN playground consultants are enthusiastic and dedicated to helping your transform your outdoor space to benefit your children. Working in collaboration with you and your children, they can help design and install an area that will improve children’s behavioural traits, emotional feelings, memory, sensory processing, communication, imagination, social interaction and sustained concentration.

Pentagon Play’s playground equipment for children with special educational needs is unlike anything else currently offered on the market and we are dedicated to continuously expanding the range and adapting our products to ensure they can be fully utilised by your children, no matter their ability. We love receiving feedback on our products and designs to help shape and perfect our range!

Please view our SEN products below and visit our projects page to view our amazing playground designs for SEN schools across the UK.

Complete our Contact Form below for a free consultation and design presentation.

We are delighted with the new clamber stack climbing frame. The children are very much looking forward to trying it tomorrow. The guys on site were excellent and very accommodating. Very happy to recommend you to other schools.

Dan Goddard - Trowell C of E Primary School, Nottingham

Excellent. Great job and thanks for your effort over the weekend.

Mark Bradbury - Abbeywood School, Yorkshire

We really love our new outdoor classroom. It’s a quite haven for out children to access if sometimes it can become overwhelming too. It helps us facilitate forest school and be outside all year round and has provided the opportunity to do more activities such as drawings and offer extra curricular activities 

Priorswood Primary School – Somerset

Great Service and friendly, smiley installers.  Even in the pouring rain, they continued fitting our amazing equipment!

Jess Damant - Kersey Primary School, Suffolk -

The contractors were very friendly and accommodating. They have got on with the job in poor weather conditions and always had a positive, approachable, can-do attitude. They're a credit to the company.

Angela Kerr - Veritas Primary School, Staffordshire

Our new mud kitchen has really enhanced the children’s learning. They are developing their motor skills, creative thinking, investigative skills and understanding of mathematical concepts. The children chatter endlessly whilst they are in the area – asking and answering questions, linking their play to their own experiences and acting out their own story lines. All this whilst playing with mud, glorious, mud!

Carly Pearson – Nene Valley Primary School, Peterborough

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