Nursery Outdoor Playground Equipment For Babies and Toddlers
We have worked in partnership with individual settings as well as successful chains of nurseries to create garden environments for little learners. From overseeing developments of a wide range of settings, we fully appreciate the need for open-ended ideas that are sustainable and of the quality needed to bring endless amounts of enjoyment to everyone who use the space.
Working closely with experts, teachers and nursery practitioners, we've created an innovative range of Nursery Outdoor Play Equipment unlike anything else on the market.
If you have a vision for your garden and need some additional guidance to develop your ideas, view our exciting range of nursery playground equipment below and contact us to speak to one of our expert outdoor learning consultants.
We are delighted with the work and so are the children! The team who did the work were really good and it was a pleasure to work with them.Sue Bennett - St Thomas Centre Nursery School
Really pleased with the transformation of the parks. The surfacing that Pentagon installed, has made the areas safe and really attractive for the community to use.John Rendell - Bradley Stoke Town Council
Excellent job, well executed.A J Sowden - Otley All Saints C of E Primary School, Otley
Firstly, please can I say how delighted we are with the result!! Can you please pass on our comments about the workmen who were extremely courteous and nothing was too much trouble.Janice Howard - Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School, Lancashire
Really pleased with the service provided.Andrew Smith - Foxhole Ball Park, Cornwall
The process has been fantastic and really simple. The fitters were very friendly and accommodating, adapting the design to suit our needs as they went. Pentagon Play made it all so easy!
The children's favourite part is the hill where they have enjoyed running up and rolling down. They have also used it when experimenting with cars and how far they can make them roll.
The Water Wall has been useful in giving the children the opportunity to experiment with moving the plastic and finding the quickest way to get the water from top to bottom.Melissa Hawkins - Chelmondiston Primary School, Ipswich