Overhaul needed in local parks…

St. Tudy Playing Fields - Park Transformation

Overhaul needed in local parks so disabled children can join the fun!

Disabled children are often left out of the fun at local playgrounds because of poor design and a lack of consideration for their needs. But now disability equality charity Scope has started a campaign to help parents fighting for change.


How To Choose Your School Playground Equipment

Aldwickbury School Playground Tower

We realise that it can be daunting when tasked to buy school playground equipment for your outdoor space. Our design team have years of experience in child development and outdoor play with all products conforming to European Safety Standards, EN1176/7. We produce project designs which are beautiful, purposeful, and are created with the user and landform at the heart of the design. With our roots in landscape architecture and our history in play and learning Schoolscapes is the professional team, you need to realise your project.


Get The Full Impact Of Active Fun

Reconnect and Invigorate Through Active Fun

New environments, routines and expectations after lockdown

As pupils settle into the new school year after months out of the classroom environment, it’s good to remember just how vital outdoor physical and social activity is in creating a positive educational experience in which all pupils can concentrate and achieve excellent learning outcomes.


Endless Play, Endless Fun, Endless Benefits!

Endless Play, Endless Fun, Endless Benefits!

Encouraging play supports every aspect of a child’s growth and development, from baby to adult; even adults love to play when they allow themselves the freedom to do so!  So we could say play plays an important role in life from birth to death! Poet Pablo Neruda once wrote,

“A child who does not play is not a child, but the man who doesn’t play has lost forever the child who lived in him and who he will miss terribly.”

Play helps to build new language, physical, social, emotional and cognitive skills. Different stages and types of play have different roles in child development.