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King George V Recreation Ground, Berkshire

Winkfield Parish Council contracted HAGS to create a brand new playground for the whole community to enjoy.

11/02/2019 13:01:00

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Kingsland Primary School, Wakefield

Kingsland Primary School is an outstanding rated SEN school in Wakefield, Yorkshire, which caters for children with a range of learning disabilities. They asked HAGS to design and build play areas for each of their two sites.

22/01/2019 15:42:00

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Inclusive Tree House Themed Playground, Sweden

A fantastic inclusive playground in the city of Uppsala, Sweden, featuring a tree house-themed customised UniPlay unit.

03/12/2018 17:27:00

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School Playground Solutions

Discover our exciting and innovative school playground equipment, such as the Primary Arena and Modular Multi-play Units. We provide a full service from design through to installation. We start by creating fresh exciting designs based on consultations with school councils, teachers and PT groups as well as our own personal experiences.

Inspiring all generations

Play is crucial to the development of children during Early Years and Key stages 1 and 2. In particular, physical and social interaction in the playground can dramatically improve behaviour inside the classroom. Providing opportunities for outdoor play and learning is also hugely beneficial for children that find the classroom inhibiting.

For HAGS, a school playground should offer a variety of experiences that allow children to expel energy, socialise and explore their outdoor environment. Our philosophy is to inspire all generations by creating exciting school playgrounds that combine fun with learning, support the curriculum and serve as an extension to the indoor classroom.

Our Schools Product Range

HAGS encompasses a wide portfolio of products, including trim trails, multi-play units and the Imagination Playground play system. We regularly come up with exciting innovations, such as Primary Arena, a multi-sports system specifically designed for Key Stages 1 and 2 with the National Curriculum in mind.

Working with you

HAGS provides a full service from design through to installation. We start by creating fresh exciting designs based on consultations with school councils, teachers and PT groups as well as our own personal experiences and the latest industry research.

As children are the ultimate experts in play, we visit classrooms to find out what type of playground they want. Talking with school representatives also helps us to assess the site, establish the  budget and create a playground that offers plenty of play value, and is accessible to every child whatever their age, ability or disability.

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Margaret Wix Primary School, St Albans

Head Teacher at Margaret Wix Primary School, Mr Johnston, was looking for something colourful, durable and offering increased challenges for his Key Stage 2 children. The children wanted to bring music and sound into the area and the school had a preference for steel equipment, rather than timber.

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Lindon Bennett School, London

HAGS designed a bespoke UniPlay unit with inclusive access and activities. The unit was multi-level featuring a double-width slide, net climber, ships wheel, table and benches, and interactive games. It also featured ramp access to allow inclusive play for many of the features.

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  • 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!

    Julia Buck, School Business Manager, Lydgate Junior School