This inclusive playground in Poplar, East London, was designed with a focus on the 16 Play Types, and created to be 100% inclusive for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, ensuring families and friends can all play together.
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Following many years of fundraising, and then some successful grant bid applications in 2016, the residents of Swaffham Town Council helped raise a total of £150,000, enabling plans to be brought to life for fantastic new sports facilities at the Recreation Ground at Haspalls Road, Swaffham.Read More
The team’s communication and liaison was excellent. Where compromise was necessary because of prevailing conditions, the outcome was always in the best interests of the children. All parties brought their own skill set and worked as a dream team!
How to design inclusive play areas
Are you planning for a playground that could be enjoyed by children of differing abilities? Or do you wonder what inclusion even means?
We've created a handy guide in collaboration with renowned experts in play and children's development to help you through the process of creating an inclusive space. You'll find valuable tips on every step of the journey and some examples of playgrounds we've designed recently.
NEW - Everyone plays together with our new SpinR²
As its name suggests, SpinR² is a classic inclusive whirl with a unique twist. The new spinner encourages cooperation and socialisation as children work together to turn their world into a colourful blur.
The SpinR² has many great play features and functions. The angled sides deliver a unique vestibular sensation and a physically active experience, inviting children to climb, spin, stand, sit, lay, hang and balance.