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Creating a playground for pupils of all ages

Creating a playground for pupils of all ages
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Creating a playground for pupils of all ages

Creating the perfect playground is a complex process. Each playground must take into account different abilities and requirements of the various age-groups in the school as well as meeting their changing physical and social needs.

UniPlay help to create a playground that is appealing to pupils of all ages where they can have fun and learn outside the classroom. Our playgrounds also help pupils across the country develop important skills such as cognitive and motor skills.

Guide to Creating the Ideal Playground

When creating the playground, consider the following factors;

  • The playground must have enough space
  • The playground must be easy to maintain
  • The playground should be easily accessible

UniPlay offer expert guidance in creating the ideal playground for children of all ages. We also facilitate expert consultations to make the playground easily accessible to children with disabilities.

Budgeting for Your Playground

Budget often goes beyond money. If you are looking for a company to work with, consider their references and reliability. UniPlay is a dependable provider of thermoplastic playground markings with a track record for delivering on time and within your budget.

Our products are also durable and safe for children of all ages. Whether you need to create a playground for foundation stage children or a sports court for an institution of higher learning, our products are tailored to suit your needs.

We understand that all playgrounds are different and so, our extensively trained team can also scale our products to suit the size of your playground ensuring there is sufficient space for all children.

Thermoplastic Playground Markings for specific Age-Groups

UniPlay offers a wide range of thermoplastic markings for different age groups.

Playground Markings For Ages 2-5

At this stage, children require activities that improve their motor skills, strength and creative thinking. Children in this age group also require playground markings that improve their social skills and encourage them to interact with others.

For this age, we offer a variety of markings including shapes and prints, characters and objects, letter games, and more. These games stimulate foundation stage children mentally and encourage them to use imaginative play as they interact with others.

Playground Markings for Ages 5-11

This stage requires playground markings that are more challenging and engaging to prevent children from getting easily distracted. At this age group, children need to be more physically challenged and intellectually stimulated.

We offer complex number games and grids, life-sized board games, targets, mazes, and hopscotch among others. These activities keep the children physically engaged as they solve puzzles that keep them intellectually stimulated.

Playground Markings for Ages 12 and Up

For this age group, physical activities are more high energy and mentally engaging. UniPlay offers a wide range of colourful sports courts that are ideal for competitive play. Our markings are ideal for secondary schools and other institutions of learning.

The UniPlay Playground Experience

We have worked with many schools across the country. Our team of experienced professionals can offer you expert advice on how to turn your playground into a creative space where children of all ages are physically engaged and mentally stimulated.

Get in touch with us to find out more about our playground markings services as you request a quote.

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