Play Equipment for All Ages & Abilities

At Outdoor For Schools we champion inclusivity. Our key mission is to help all children learn through outdoor experiences, by providing both physical and mental stimulation and promoting learning through a healthy and active lifestyle. Our in-house design and manufacturing abilities allow us to adapt and modify almost everything to suit your users’ needs.

Early Years Foundation Play Equipment

As a child transition into early years playgrounds, their ability to interact and play becomes more important to their overall growth and social interaction. At this stage, children become more interactive in their everyday lives. Our playgrounds are designed to meet all government safety guidelines to ensure a child’s safety while maximising play value.

Key developmental areas of the early years Foundation Stage are:

  • Developing a unique child.
  • Understanding, developing and appreciating positive relationships.
  • Enabling environments – valuing people and valuing learning.

Key Stage 1 (KS1) Play Equipment

Play equipment for growing bodies concentrating on developing gross motor skills; movements including jumping, as well as balance, agility, strength and coordination. Products challenge users and encourage controlled risk-taking. Imagination stations allow young people to immerse themselves in other worlds to develop communication through play.

Key Stage 2 (KS2) Play Equipment

With a focus advancing flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance skills, KS2 children should take part in outdoor and adventurous activity challenges both individually and within a team. Haystack products, with no defined route, are perfect products for this age group and a continuation of non-prescriptive play for blossoming young explorers.

Key Stage 3+ (KS3+)

Key stage 3+ young people should be physically active for sustained periods of time to set them up to lead healthy, active lives. Students should take part in outdoor and adventurous activities which present intellectual and physical challenges, while being encouraged to work in a team, building on trust and developing skills to solve problems, either individually or as a group. Higher age equipment should allow young people to demonstrate improvement to achieve their personal best from analysing their prior experiences. Combining acquired skills from younger ages with newly developing upper and lower body strength.

Whatever Your Requirements, We Can Help

Whether you need inspiration or have in mind exactly what you want, we will bring your ideas to life with the help of our experienced school sales consultants and design team.


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