Sutcliffe Play’s loose parts play kit, Snug, has received excellent reviews from staff and children at The International School at ParkCity (ISP) in Kuala Lumpur.
Adam Patterson, Head of Early Years at ISP sent us this review:
“The International School at ParkCity (ISP) is a new school in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Since opening in August 2011 with just 131 students, it has quickly grown to over 600.
“When we started to look at our play spaces and equipment to fill these spaces, we wanted something that would provide a high level of play value, be modular and scalable to suit the different needs of the children as they grew.
“SNUG play equipment is the perfect fit for our school (you might even say it is a snug fit!). The modular aspect means that the playground never gets old or boring as it changes every playtime. At snack time it may be a pirate ship, by lunchtime it may well be transformed into an Olympic obstacle course, and at the end of the school day it may have been turned into giant insects for the Year One IPC topic.
“The collaborative aspect of SNUG is one of its best features as children have to work together and interact when they are playing; it creates a very inclusive playground. While the physical aspect of play is well covered with SNUG, it also includes imaginative play. When these two elements are combined, the outcome is that the children at ISP benefit from an excellent play experience every day.
“We have only scratched the surface of the potential of the play equipment. Our next intention is to integrate it more into the curriculum by using it as a resource to enhance other subject areas.
“The team at Sutcliffe Play made the whole process hassle-free from the first enquiry to the delivery of the product.”
To find out about the benefits SNUG can bring to you play setting visit www.snugplay.com.