We provide the highest quality thermoplastic playground markings to schools and nurseries across the whole country, from Lands End to John O’Groats (in other words, everywhere)! All of our games are designed and manufactured in our Hampshire warehouse. Check out these projects we completed right on our doorstep at different schools in Hampshire.
St. John’s CE Primary School – Gosport, Hampshire
St. John’s CE Primary School first came to Fun & Active Playgrounds, with an objective of revamping their play areas in order to extend and enhance the children’s physical play and learning. We installed an amazing range of playground markings to help achieve this, including a roadway, 1-20 caterpillar, as well as different sports based games. Read the case study to find out exactly how we helped them transform their playground.
Haselworth Primary School – Portsmouth, Hampshire
Haselworth Primary School in Portsmouth, wanted to create a fun and educational play area for pupils with designs that also encouraged children to keep active during playtimes. We worked closely with the school council who had chosen their children’s favourite playground marking designs from each class. Their plain tarmac space was brought to life with a pirate maze, world map, 4-way hopscotch and more! Read more about Haselworth Primary School in the case study.
Northern Federation Infant School – Portchester, Hampshire
A project we very much enjoyed was at Northern Federation Infant School in Portchester – where our very own Director Dave takes his daughter, Millie. The school had an objective to improve their safety measures during the pandemic, particularly around the school pick up and drop off times. A range of different social distance and directional markers were installed to support a much clearer one-way system for parents. Check out the case study to see how we achieved their desired outcome.
Get in touch with us today to see how we could help bring your playground to life. Plus, take a look at our playground markings in Surrey and West Midlands.