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Our range of Key Stage 1 playground equipment will ensure your children have continual development from EYFS through to KS1 and beyond. We'll help you further unlock the potential of your KS1 learners by providing you with replicated challenges from early years but with a higher level of difficulty.

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Playground Equipment For Key Stage 1 Children

Our uniquely designed Key Stage 1 playground equipment will take your children onto the next level and help them discover their natural strengths and weaknesses.

We’ll further develop children’s spoken language, physical literacy, climbing confidence, social interaction, communication and their understanding of the world.

It was a pleasure to have your installers on site. 

Francis Calvert - Sevenoaks County Primary School, Kent

As this was our third installation by Pentagon, we have come to expect a high standard of service. Our expectations were met from the time of initial contact by email, through to the design and consultation process to the final completion of our lovely new area. thank you for making it painless. 

Wendy Large - Christ Church C of E Infant and Nursery, Wolverhampton

Excellent service

Julia Ashton - Blackbrook St Mary's Catholic Primary School, Merseyside

Excellent service, they have been really efficient. The installers, Jim and Dave, have been really polite hard workers and great Pentagon team members

Tracy Doolen - Welbeck Primary School, Nottingham

Just wanted to say thank you for all your help and advice with the play area. Both the children and the parents are very pleased with it! It's great!

Jo Pond - Prestbury C of E Primary School, Prestbury

We contacted Pentagon regarding our playground markings as we have had a positive experience in the past with them. The installers arrived and completed all the playground markings on the same day with no disruption to the operation of the school. From initial consultation through to installation, it was a positive and hassle-free project.

Neil Frost – Brington Primary School, Northamptonshire

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