Schools

Children climb for fun, enjoyment, challenge, the sense of danger, and to access the top for success and observation. They climb to explore, gain new perspectives, access play options, play chase, engage in make-believe play, and respond to parent and peer challenges and encouragement and to compete with peers (Frost, et al, 2004).

Here are some examples of play equipment suitable for junior, middle or upper primary students that are specifically designed to encourage activities which develop gross motor skills, upper and lower body strength and general active movement.

All designs can be customised to suit your pit size or budget. We can also give you a free quote for your next grant application.