Bright Futures Educational Trust

Falshaw Way, Gorton, Manchester, M18 7TG

Budget: £50,000+

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Net Tunnel - CH123

from £1598

Rope Walk - CH119

from £998

Overhead Ladder - CH120

from £1486

Swinging Log - CH110

from £798

Leapfrog Posts - CH124

from £398

Dart Activity Centre - AC101

from £6487

Dee Climbing Frame - CF101

from £2998

Ramp Jump - CH102

from £574

Weather Station - PB114

from £1245

Mound Tunnel - CH140

from £2998

Octavia Shelter (5M) - OS112

from £7987

Wetpour Safety Surfacing - SUR101

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Artificial Grass Safety Surfacing - SUR104

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Moving from their old site, Gorton Mount, Rushbrook Primary Academy wanted us to duplicate the trim trail equipment we had previously installed for them. They also wanted to incorporate new equipment that would utilise the larger playground they had at their new site.

DESIGN
Because the new site’s playground was so vast we were excited to work on such a large project. We decided to break the playground down into numerous zones to encourage different aspects of outdoor play.

Firstly, we incorporated the trim trail items Rushbrook Primary Academy had at their old site and arranged them into a classic circuit- such as our Net Tunnel, Overhead Ladder and Leapfrog Posts.
For PE lessons or playtimes we also incorporated our vibrant Target One to encourage a range of sports activities. We also included our popular Dart Activity Centre to encourage more open-ended physical play.

Playboards, such as our Weather Station, Mound Tunnel and Dee Climbing Frame were grouped together in another area to create a more sensory/ imaginative play zone ideal for Rushbrook’s younger pupils. Our Octavia Shelter was added to another area to provide a quiet seating zone, ideal for outdoor lessons or keeping sheltered from the elements.

INSTALLATION
When we saw the plans for the project at Rushbrook Primary Academy we were excited to be involved with such a big project.
Due to Rushbrook Primary Academy being a new build development, it was essential that all our installation teams coordinated well with all external contractors and teaching staff involved.
All our hard work paid off and the playground development was a success.
Well done to everyone involved!