Upwey Primary School – Orbit

Upwey Primary School – Orbit

We recently paid a visit to Upwey Primary School to witness our playground equipment in action. We were impressed by the excitement and engagement of the students as they played on the Orbit structure, which featured a variety of activities such as the web tunnel, sway bars, orbit prism, and rockwall. The sway bars, in particular, were a hit, providing a unique twist on traditional monkey bars. Each piece of equipment received high praise from the children and staff, making it impossible to pick a favorite. The playground design is a favorite among many schools as it offers a wide range of activities to challenge and engage students. The rockwall, in particular, is perfect for helping children overcome their fear of heights.

Additionally, the school staff were thrilled with the playground equipment and the positive impact it had on the students. They noted that the children were more active and engaged during recess and lunch breaks, and that they were also developing important physical and social skills. The playground also provided an excellent opportunity for children to work on their balance, coordination, and problem-solving skills. Overall, we were thrilled to see the playground equipment being enjoyed by the students and staff at Upwey Primary School, and we look forward to seeing the positive impact it will have on the students’ overall development.

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Upwey Primary School – Orbit

A great Orbit install at Upwey Primary School. The students were highly engaged and excited while playing on the equipment, which included a variety of activities such as the Web Tunnel, Sway Bars, orbit prism, and rockwall. The school staff were thrilled with the playground and the positive impact it had on the students’ physical and social skills, noting that the children were more active and engaged during breaks. The playground also provided an excellent opportunity for children to work on their balance, coordination, and problem-solving skills. Overall, it was a successful visit and we were happy to see the playground being enjoyed by the students and staff.

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