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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 about..’ Mrs Evans, Headteacher.


The Result:

St Giles' and St George's quickly decided that KOMPAN’s ‘Organic Robinia’ range was a perfect fit for their new playground. The natural look and shape of the timbers coupled with the dense texture of the hardwood was unique to other equipment they had looked at. Three phases later and the Robinia playscape is now complete and used with enthusiasm and excitement by the pupils.

The Double Tower with Spider Net forms part of the Robinia World and is very popular due to its unique features as a climbing structure. The two towers are connected by a moving tree trunk bridge, whilst the main tower includes a curly climber to add even more fun when descending. The unit offers a variety of climbing difficulties to satisfy pupils of differing abilities and levels of confidence. Risk taking is a key feature of the unit and it is the management of risk that St G&G were keen to introduce.

Antonia in Year 3 sums things up nicely;

‘ I had to practise every day and now I’ve got the hang of it…’


In Action:


Location: Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffordshire
Age Group: Primary
Product Range: Robinia Tower Unit
Product Value: £8,080

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