DescriptionA colourful and bright variation of the traditional hopscotch game with leaves as the stepping squares and the number 10 in the flower. Best for Nursery children and Keystage 1 playgrounds. The sunflower hopscotch is one of our most popular playground markings and will brighten up any plain tarmc. Hopscotch is a traditional game, dating back to 1677 and thought to be used by the Romans to train their army with fitness and endurance. It has been known as Scotch Hobby, Hop Score and Peevers and pabats in Surrey. Hopscotch is a fun way for children to develop numeracy and counting skills as well as developing positive social play. The hopping and jumping is a great way to encourage exercise at playtimes and helps to develop fine motor skills and fitness.
Great job. Workmen were efficient and considerate. The children and parents really love the equipment.
K Coghlen (Assistant Headteacher)
Richmond Primary School
From start to finish, a first class team and product. We are delighted, the yard looks beautiful and our children are happier and fitter than ever before!
Alan Baker (Deputy Headteacher)
St Margaret’s Primary School
The play equipment has provided the children with a valuable outside resource for free play at lunch & break times and has also improved behaviour.
We would be happy to recommend your company to others.
Eileen Denton (Headteacher)
Bligh Infants School
A very professional job, completed to time, to quality and to budget.
Simon Walmsley (Finance Manager)
Testbourne Community School
I should like to commend the quality of the equipment and the ease with which it was installed. The team who were responsible for the installation worked hard and were aware of how to behave on school premises and the health & safety requirements.
Margaret McCulloch (Headteacher)
St Paul’s C of E Junior School
I would just like to take this opportunity to thank you and your team for all your help and assistance over the last 12 months.
I cannot recommend your company highly enough.
Sam Batten (Community Facilities Manager)
Caterham High School