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Langley Primary School Case Study

Brief

Langley Primary School contacted Creative Play looking to completely revamp their reception and nursery areas including ripping out existing equipment and surfacing that was already in place.

 

The School wanted to incorporate both new equipment and surfacing with the possibility of having a roadway design within the surfacing!

Design

After our initial consultation on site, the design team began to prepare the drawings and detailed proposal.

 

Langley Primary School had decided to go with a varied range of EYFS playground equipment including a Mound Tunnel, Timber Sandbox, Timber Cabin and Timber Bridge, a couple of age-appropriate trim trail items and thermoplastic roadway with zebra crossing.

 

These pieces of equipment were installed in both areas producing a great transformation that is really appealing to the children.

 

Artificial Grass Safety Surfacing was also installed to provide a great all-weather surface for the younger children.

 

Installation

Langley Primary School was a huge project and one we are very proud of.

 

We created a whole new play area in a short amount of time, one which provides a wide range of equipment for children to have heaps of fun and develop key skills.

 

The whole project was completed efficiently and the school are extremely happy with the final project.

 

Langley Primary School Feedback

“We can’t thank Creative Play enough! The journey started with Matthew, who listened to our thoughts and ideas, and then with the design team, who began to make our dream playgrounds come alive.“ “Carl and his team worked swiftly to make our designs a reality, which he did ‘come rain or shine’.“ “Nothing was too much trouble and when we had a few queries Carl helped us to sort things out and still finish within the time scale.” “Our new play areas are fantastic, full of awe,wonder and intrigue.“ “The children thoroughly enjoy their new learning environment. A big thank you to all involved especially to Matthew and Carl.”

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