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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A landmark themed play unit, The Edmund boasts great user capacity and high play value. It instantly gives a unique identity to a play area and will keep many children happy and active. Promotes imaginative play Boat windows, a pirate's flag and cannonballs set the tone and provide aspiring sailors with the perfect backdrop for exciting adventures. As children create their own scenarii and play pretend, they develop confidence, learn to interact with their peers and express their personality through role play. Encourages physical activity The square configuration creates many routes and a central social space, encouraging children to traverse and run around the unit as well as interacting with their friends. The Edmund also offers plenty of climbing and sliding options, thus allowing toddlers to develop gross motor skills and core strength. Promotes inclusive play The Edmund offers graduated challenge and enables children of differing abilities to play together, by including easily accessible corners on the ground floor with sand play features, games and a shop counter, alongside thrilling physical activities such as the climbing wall or the wobbly slide. Adds a timeless aesthetic to a play area The subtle pirate theme, muted colours and natural look will add value to a green space and blend in nicely with natural surroundings. Soft shades also tend to soothe children with behavioural needs and contribute to an inclusive play environment. A low-maintenance solution HPL panels, steel posts and plywood floors are easy to clean and maintain as well as being vandal-resistant.
Product Number: H8057449
8400 x 7700
Detailed Installation Guides
- 6084 01.pdf
- 6083 01.pdf