Kingsland Primary School is an outstanding rated SEN school in Castleford, England, which caters for children with a range of learning disabilities. They asked HAGS to design and build play areas for each of their two sites.
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Climb and slide This two-unit configuration offers multiple climbing and sliding options, for young athletes to be constantly on the move and boost their fitness levels. The ground level space, complete with games to practise mental agility and literacy skills, can welcome wheelchair users, providing access is made possible by adequate surfacing. The new features for 2015 are designed to galvanise children into testing their limits and improving their balance and coordination. The curved wooden entrance is a contemporary update on the simple ladder, with just a bit of curve to make it more interesting. One can then go for the easy ride through the classic slide, or get ready for the real deal! Thrill seekers will jump on Net-Link, the exciting traversing climber between two towers that can be doubled as a space to test their limits and challenge fellow climbers. The ball post really elevates the climbing experience and is good for developing strength and agility. Its polyurethane foam balls provide enough support for small feet to gain traction and children of all abilities should be able to reach the deck. The curved plastic climbing wall is not an easy climb, and requires agility and focus. The wide gaps between the grips make this unit an excellent exercise for endurance and body awareness. Add an optional game at the back of the climbing wall and some fun accessories like the telescope and steering wheel for our aspiring explorers to give free rein to their imagination!
Wooden Posts / Wooden Panels
Brown - Sunken Foundation
Product Number: H8049165
8150 x 8850
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