The school approached us to help them develop their early years play area. They had various ideas in mind but needed the help of our design team to turn ideas into workable items of play equipment.
We worked closely with the school and a contracted architect to develop a design concept. One of the main focuses of the play area was a Sensory Room. Using highly skilled steel manufacturers we were able to provide the school with a workable inside space.
The play area itself was to be transformed from a lifeless tarmac playground into a bright and colourful learning environment. With the use of bright Wetpour Rubber Safety Surfacing it instantly lifted the atmosphere of the play space.
A Sensory garden was added to one end of the play area, with sand & water play, musical instruments and plants for the children to use together during play times.
1 in 5 children in Year 6 and 1 in 10 children in reception were classified as obese in 2016-17. With fun and challenging play, we can help children love being active #NationalObesityAwarenessWeek pic.twitter.com/gfzZ…