Wadebridge Primary School

School Playground Equipment

Project Brief

The design brief at Wadebridge Primary School was to create a physical play area for the school field that could be used at break time for free play and in PE lessons for more structured exercises.

The adventure trail allows a large number of children to play at once while testing and developing upper body strength, coordination, agility and balance. The mixture of low and high-level equipment allows the trail to cater for all age groups and abilities.

It’s fantastic to see the children having so much fun on the new equipment. I hope it will be enjoyed by many in the years to come.
Lizzy Whiting, Parents’ Group Chairman,

Virginia Primary School

School Playground Equipment

Project Brief

We had been requested to create a sensory and imaginative area around the trees at Virginia Primary School, that could be used in all weathers and utilises the existing space to its maximum.

The design incorporates platforms at different heights to create stages, seating areas and multi-level play, built around the trees.

There are musical instruments positioned around the decks to encourage exploration of sound and co-operation among friends.

The storytelling area provides a quiet space for small groups to read together or for outdoor teaching. And the Jungle Play Den is perfect for active and imaginative play with climbing opportunities and a den.

Greystoke Primary School

School Playground Equipment

Project Brief

To create an imaginative play space for the early years children at Greystoke Primary School.

The play area incorporates a Play Boat Bob to inspire both imaginative and role play, a Storytelling and outdoor learning area with a Storyteller’s chair and Amphitheatre Seating and a mark making area with the double-sided Post Mounted Poly Paint Station. There are two Post Mounted Activity Panels; the Theatre Panel and the Flip Over OXO Panel to encourage social interaction and co-operation. The Full Tree Seat offers another seating area around the tree in the centre of the play space.

Forest School

School Playground Equipment

Project Brief

To create an active play space among the trees at Forest School.

The design incorporates a series of Tree Platforms linked by Adventure Trail components; Clatter Bridge, Log Crossing, Burma Bridge and Stepping Logs. The Tree Platforms each have a couple of Activity panels to encourage imaginative play and teamwork along the route.

The Polycarbonate Shelter was added to the front of the school building to provide sheltered outdoor space for teaching and playing. The Shaded Classic Planters provide valuable seating and a place to grow sensory plants to help teach about seasonality and care for the environment.

Lostwithiel School

School Playground Equipment

Project Brief

Challenged with creating an exciting play area to make the most of the sloped grass area to one side of the school building.

The design incorporates imaginative and active play, within a sensory and natural setting. The log rounds form terraced pods surrounding the play areas and provide informal seating. Each of the three pods has a different colour Resin Bound Rubber Bark surface and contains a different play item.

The Beacon Tower stands tall in the top pod forming a playful focal point with several climbing opportunities including a fast slide and a lookout tower. To one side the Play Hut provides a place for social interaction between small groups of children while encouraging imaginative play. The bottom two pods contain sand and water play with the large Covered Sandpit and Niagara Water Tray giving children the chance to explore different materials while stimulating the senses.