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Bean Seat

FUB200: No Safety Surfacing Required

Inclusive Accessible from ground level

Accessible from ground level

Play Type: Social

Bean Seat

FUB200: No Safety Surfacing Required

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Inclusive Accessible from ground level

Accessible from ground level

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Play Type: Social

Suitability Information

Age Range: All Years

Area: 10.10m2

Perimeter: 11.30m

Longest Part: 1.84m

Product Description

Metal Seating.

The Bean is a little blue curved seat which follows the same radius as other seats and tables in the range.

Used in two or threes everyone can sit on their own little bean. Each seat has a face routed in to the seat panel.

This system of seating is designed to accomodate wheelchairs.

Additional Product Information

A deceptively simple seating system made up of four elements that can be made in to a large number of combinations. Alternatively a range of four pre- designed configurations can be specified.

Designed for younger children these seating elements create a social meeting place, a place to play with any brought in items or just have a picnic.

The Bean (FUB200), the Pea Pod (FUB250), the Blossom (FUT200) and the Picnic (FUT250).


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Bringing value
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Here’s a key to explain our play value wheel.

Physical & Locomotor

Encourages movement skills; crawling, chasing, climbing, jumping, swinging and balance.


Key areas where play can encourage social interaction, the building block of society.


Exploration and manipulation of object through all the senses.


Use imagination to try out new experiences, test boundaries, develop manual skills and allow for self expression.

Role Play & Imaginative

Allows opportunity to enact various experiences, experimenting with decision making on their behaviour and social interaction.