The school, which caters for children aged 3-14 years old, has 15 classes, four of which cater specifically for children with autism and other learning difficulties.
The unit features a range of play options including a rope bridge, scramble net, sliding and climbing poles and a slide to keep children active whilst developing balance and risk taking.
The Playzone range was developed following research with Leeds Metropolitan University, home to one of the UK’s most respected centres for research into child development and play patterns. Sutcliffe Play also consulted with play area specifiers and children to ensure the range met the needs of all stakeholders.
Cinzia Ferella, International Sales Manager at Sutcliffe Play says: “Fun is at the centre of all Sutcliffe Play’s designs which is why children are involved in the development of our ranges.
“The Fireman’s Tower unit is perfect for EESPSCF Saint Mard. Its wide range of activities will keep children of all ages and abilities engaged and entertained for many years to come.”