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Surrey Street Primary School

Cutenhoe Community Learning Park, Cutenhoe Road, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 3NJ

Budget: £20,000 - £25,000

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Mini Train - VOY1020

from £4987

Timber Bridge - SG007

from £995

Sail Shade Square (6M) - SS103

from £3921

Galleon - VOY106

from £2987

Balance Beam - CH108

from £298

Shop Front - PB103

from £645

Chalk Board - PB101

from £495

Picnic Bench (With Games Top) - PT102

from £1295

Octavia Shelter (6M) - OS113

from £8787

Octavia Half Shelter 4M - HS111

from £4447

Ramp Jump - CH102

from £574

Swinging Log - CH110

from £798

Chin Up Bars - CH101

from £327

Leapfrog Posts - CH124

from £398

Stepping Logs (4) - CH118

from £398

Wetpour Safety Surfacing - SUR101

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Surrey Street Primary School had a clear idea of the kind of playgrounds they wanted – one to be focused on sports, a quiet area, and an area for Early Years development that was accessible to all. This allowed us to install a wide range of equipment to ensure that all stages of development were catered for.

As the existing areas provided us with a blank canvas, it allowed us to create three totally original, engaging areas that would fulfil the school’s requirements. We wanted to encourage development across all levels, so it was important that the equipment installed would be challenging and stimulating for both the younger and older children. We began by installing one of our Multi Use Games Areas, which encourage children to maximise their sporting potential by providing them with an area designed to accommodate various sports.

The Early Years playground allowed us to create an area dedicated to both physical and imaginative development with the installation of some of our lower level Challenger Trim Trail equipment as well as items from our Voyager Role Play range including our Galleon and Mini Train. We finished off the installation of the project with the inclusion of a quiet area, including our popular games top picnic benches and a 6m Octavia Shelter providing the children with an area suitable to socialise in.

This was a particularly fun project for us to work on, as it gave us the opportunity to completely transform a previously blank tarmac area into a colourful and engaging environment for the children to play in. There were a couple of issues relating to the access to two of the three playgrounds, but with good planning prior to the installation starting, the issues were overcome and we were able to finish the work on time and to a high standard. The finished areas look brilliant, and have provided the school with exciting new play facilities in time for the new school year to begin. Everyone working on the project put in a huge amount of effort and worked extremely hard – well done to everyone involved.