New Adventure Trail for Invergordon School

Park Primary School in Invergordon is celebrating after having a brand new Adventure Trail installed in their school grounds.

The new equipment was purchased after several fundraising events supported by the parents of the school and through the generosity of the local business community.

The school chose items from Playdale’s Adventure Trail range which is extremely popular with schools and nurseries. They combined traditional pieces such as the Burma Bridge with newer items such as the Zig Zag Stepper which was launched last year.

Eleanor Neil, Headteacher at the school is extremely happy with the new trail- “Our pupils love playing on the equipment and it has certainly increased their level of physical activity in a fun and exciting way”.

To view items from the Adventure Trail range click here


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