What a wonderful day here for the children from LOWERHOUSES JI SCHOOL at IMAGE PLAYGROUNDS. The children studied with our playground designers and were shown how products are designed and shown how to design a whole playground. Afterwards they then went onto design their own playground…Wow!
Lowerhouse Primary Designers
Wow…What a Playground!
Moving on from there into the workshop the children from Lowerhouse Primary were shown how some pieces of playground equipment especially a crawling barrel is put together inclusive of hands on experience by our little joiners.
Having fun in the Workshop!
Being taught the principles of wood & the different kinds used in the manufacture of Playgrounds and being taught the nuts of bolts of putting it all together with all the component parts.
Cimi in the workshop helping his most avid student to put together this Tunnel Barrel.
When children are able to explore and investigate their natural environment and evaluate what they have learnt, this has been seen as having a positive impact on the development of children. The sensory world around us can stimulate curiosity and provide a basis for investigation which allows children to think freely with an inquisitive mind.
Designs for playgrounds give schools a visual representation that illustrate what could be part of their school grounds. Our designs are a 3D Cad visual presentation and in this case, were the deciding factor for Thatcham Primary School to make their play area a reality.
- Visuals Help You Decide which Playground is best suited to Your School
All our designs are created on computer aided design software.
Call us on 01347 878747 and let us see what we can design for your school.
Natural Wildlife Area
Some of the many areas designed to help children explore and learn as part of the National Curriculum: Nature garden, science garden, music area, climbing and scrambling area and improvement to quiet area
Trails of Wonderment
Creative use of previously poorly utilised space through detailed consultation with the school stakeholders.
We are at the present time building the ‘National Heritage Adventure Playground’ at the Chiltern Open Air Museum. It is an exciting fully bespoke playground with an Shepherd’s Hut, Toll House and Anderson Air Raid Shelter. The Shepherd’s hut was originally used on the hills by the Shepherds whilst the Sheep were lambing. History in playgrounds.
Lots of awesome & exciting play equipment tradionally made by Image Playgrounds for the Yorkshire Farming Museum at Murton, York. Children can role play making tea in the tudor house whereas climbing may attract them onto the tower system. Lots of fascinating things to play on to make it a day to remember.
Sparking a child’s imagination for creative physical fun is easy with Image Playgrounds Equipment. The relationship between the environment and learning is fourfold. A child’s early experiences have a huge impact on the architecture of the brain, therefore, by creating equipment that is fun and exciting for children to play on, they will learn to embrace the idea that learning can be fun! Continue reading