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Setter Play reimagined Powers Hall Infant’s tarmac space into a vibrant, colourful exciting space for their pupils to grow and learn whilst they play. We proposed a well-balanced play area that featured climbing activities as well as imagination-play activities in different coloured zones, to create a space where everyone, no matter the ability, can play.

We proposed a time-tested Spiffy, a wonderful non-prescriptive climber that is open for pupils to discover their own adventures and routes through the climber. Packed with all kinds of fun activities like a central tube net and outer rock climbing wall, Spiffy is perfect for promoting physical development through play.

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A central roadway inlaid in wetpour rubber creates space for children to scoot around in a controlled manner, with parking bays allowing them to stop off at the post office.

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A bright orange natural-play area features a sliding lid sandbox, protected further by shade sails.

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Camp Powers Hall features a Teepee alongside Drape Posts, which allows younger years to create their own dens by threading bedsheets through.

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The post office is perfect for developing interpersonal and social skills.

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We laid artificial grass under Powers Hall’s quiet reading area, creating a nice inviting space that is tactile and calm.

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The splodges add excitement and help demarcate the zones, which are linked by coloured spots to hop to and from.

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Powers Hall are ecstatic with their new infants play area and Setter Play are proud of another job well done!

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