Pupils Delighted with New Play Equipment


Pupils of St. Johns C of E Primary School in Colchester, Essex, are delighted that they have got some exciting new play equipment to play on at break times.

Playdale installed their fantastic new ‘Adventure Trail’ in August so that children could brush away their ‘back-to-school blues’ and look forward to their new play area when they returned.

Their Adventure Trail is perfect for both Key Stages 1 & 2 to challenge a number of skills and help to develop balance, coordination, strength, problem solving and agility. Their new play area features Swinging Steps, Striding Stilts, a Climbing Walls, and Burma Bridge.

Head Teacher Nick Hutchings is delighted with the play area, saying: “From point of contact to point of installation the process could not have been any easier or more pleasurable. The children love what has been installed and I love the fact it required very little effort from me!”


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