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Improving Children’s Mental Health with Play

Physical health can be incredibly important for a child as they are growing up. But one of the many areas which many schools and parents forget about is mental health. Today’s blog will cover the importance of mental health in children and why and how outdoor play can improve it. Mental Health Benefits of Play […]

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Why Choose an Artificial Hockey Pitch?

With hockey being one of the most popular sports on the P.E. curriculum, many schools dedicate a lot of resources to the sport but fail to recognise that one of the most important resources (the surface) plays a huge part. In today’s post, we shall be covering why you should consider swapping a natural surface […]

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Wetpour Graphic Designs for Nurseries

Developments on playgrounds in various locations have led to new things being added to them. Some of these new things are Wetpour graphics. These can be incorporated into a rubber safety surface to enhance the different games that can be played. Today, this blog will explore more about them and their impact for nurseries. We […]

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Improving Playground Behaviour in Schools

Many teachers are looking for ways of improving playground behaviour in schools as this can be a tricky subject to tackle. Ensuring children behave sensibly can help reduce safety risks when playing outside as well as making sure they are having fun. Bullying is one of the main issues a school might have to deal […]

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Rubber Mulch Safety Surface Designs

Over time, Rubber Mulch has become a popular type of surfacing to have at schools due to the wide amount of benefits it can offer. But what are these benefits? Today’s post will explore more into this question and give you a better understanding of the growing popularity of this surface and why it’ll continue […]

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