Following the COVID-19 outbreak, the government has enforced the social distancing rule to keep everyone safe. Thermoplastic playground markings can help with social distancing by clearly marking where students should stand, walk, and play.
The government directive for social distancing is going to be around for a while and with our help, your students can now follow the government directive effortlessly. We design creative markings that remind students where and how to keep their distance.
Our playground markings are designed to allow the children to play together while keeping the required +1m distance. We have worked tirelessly to ensure our designs are approved by the proper authorities and keep children safe on the playground.
UniPlay designs creative playground spaces that are safe with social distancing. Our in-house installation and design teams help you create spaces that encourage physical activity while keeping the children safe.
We specialise in various social distancing markings that make social distancing fun and easy for children to remember to keep their distance. With more schools opting for dynamic social distancing designs, our team is working around the clock to come up with creative markings that can also help staff monitor the children during playtime and normal school activities.
We also offer our social distancing markings to corporates and local councils. These markings come in vibrant colours and company colours. We can also customise the designs to include company and school logos.
The UniPlay team can also design social distancing markings that are suitable for use on small playgrounds. We understand the importance of playtime and our team is on hand to create bespoke social distancing designs that are not only fun to look at, but also effective at passing the message.
Social distance markings are particularly important for schools and other areas with high populations. For school playgrounds, social distancing markings are even more important to help remind children to keep safe and help teachers monitor the students throughout the day.
We specialise in designing and creating non-toxic thermoplastic playground markings that make it easy to spot and keep the recommended distance. These markings are designed by our in-house designers and applied by our DBS-checked installation team.
UniPlay offers these services in various parts of the country and uses specialist equipment to ensure the markings last. Many of our games, sports, and other playground markings can be customised to maintain the +1m requirement to allow the children to have fun and keep safe.
We also design and install spacer bars, footprint signs as well as other customised instructions designed to order. Reach out to us at any time to find out more about our social distance playground markings and find out how we can help keep your children safe at school.
You can also browse through our portfolio of previous projects to see some of our work or call our team on 0333 321 6695 or email email@example.com and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
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