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Sensory Play

Learn about yourself, the world and connect with it through sensory play.

As well as being fantastic fun, sensory play has endless benefits associated with it. To mention a few - supports language development, cognitive growth, fine and gross motor skills, problem solving skills, and social interaction. Research shows that sensory play builds nerve connections in the brain’s pathways, which lead to the child’s ability to complete more complex learning tasks and enhances memory. Sensory play can also be great for calming an anxious or frustrated child.

Recent Projects

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    Moorland Primary School

    Project Brief: Moorland Primary is a busy but friendly school in Milton Keynes that wanted to provide all students new playground equipment across the school. The challenge was to provide... Read More »

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    Lifton Primary School

    Project Brief: With the existing soft wood playground equipment starting to rot, Lifton Primary School saw this as an opportunity to replace the equipment and create a more varied play space... Read More »

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    St Giles' and St George's tower unit

    Project Brief: St Giles' and St George's were looking for playground equipment to complement their school grounds and new extension. 'A willingness to create something we could get excited... Read More »

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    Guiseley Primary School

    Project Brief: Guiseley Primary School’s existing playground equipment wasn’t challenging or stimulating enough that it resulted in poor behaviour from the children. They needed... Read More »

KOMPAN Play Institute

The KOMPAN Play Institute is an international network that collaborate with researchers and scientists who monitor trends and conduct studies within health, learning and social inclusion in the areas of children’s development and play.

Visit the KOMPAN Play Institute

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