Key Stage 2
At Sutcliffe Schools, we believe that providing challenging play opportunities is fundamental to the balanced development of young children. We understand the importance of encouraging children to take part in high energy, invigorating play to keep them active and fit.
Sutcliffe Schools recommended products for Key Stage 2 pupils includes our specially designed modular Playzone system, the challenging Mission range and Orchard, our new timber range.
All have been created to provide a combination of physical activity and challenge, social interaction and opportunities for learning.
Along with many standalone and Trim Trail items, we also incorporate seating and sheltered areas to encourage social play and group co-operation – key stage two skills that need developing at a young age.
Designing Your Key Stage 2 Playground
When planning and designing a children’s play area there are a number of considerations to ensure maximum play value. Sutcliffe Schools can offer a free bespoke play area design service to create the best individual early years play area for your site or provide a single piece of play equipment that will provide quality play for many years to come. We would be happy to help and discuss any requirements you may have, call us on +44 (0)1977 653263 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tight budgets increasingly means that schools rely on innovative fundraising efforts to purchase equipment. Knowing where to look is always a good start and, as there are so many possible funding organisations, visit our Funding page for further information on organisations you may find useful.
Key Stage 2 Case Studies
The following case studies from Sutcliffe Schools are just a few of the many successful key stage two installations we complete each year.
A £100,000 play project that revitalised the school’s outdoor playspace. The play equipment was installed as part of a major refurbishment programme at the school which also includes the building of four new classrooms, a purpose built library and administrative block.
Highfield School for moderate learning disabilities, have children attending with a wide range of disabilities, including blindness, autism, ADHD, Asperger’s, cerebal palsy and Downs syndrome. They love the inclusive swings and roundabouts, as well as the challenge of climbing and sliding.
The major problem facing Lawrence Price, Head Teacher of Keys Meadows Primary School, in Enfield, is that the nine-piece kit has, if anything, proved a little too popular with the 300 youngsters.
Key Stage 2 Play Equipment Ranges
For further information regarding Sutcliffe Schools range of Key Stage Two play equipment, call us on +44 (0)1977 653263 or email email@example.com.