We have helped thousands of Schools transform their play areas.
Leeds Metropolitan University studied the effects of our playground installations in 167 Schools across South West Essex and found the following...
Increase in pupil activity levels.
Increase in positive attitudes towards physical activity.
Improvement in citizenship.
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We leave our customers happy...
During the summer of 2016 we transformed Great Yarmouth Primary Academy's run-down and drab play area into an exciting and vibrant place for play and learning.
The transformation has turned the space into a fun area where children can enjoy their break time, allowing them to return to the classroom more focussed and ready to learn. Principal Dr Craig Avieson said: “We encourage our pupils to have high aspirations and it is only right we do everything we can to give them the best facilities possible. Play is an important part of a child’s development and this new playground will take that to a new level, as well as helping us take learning outside of the classroom.”
Greenvale Infant & Nursery School development of outdoor play area
This case study showcases a truly stunning example of what can be achieved with the development of any school playground. Through careful planning and an outstanding design, this installation has delivered a real WOW factor. Read more here...
"The team really were fab, I can't put into words enough how impressed I have been with everyone's professionalism and help on this. In a world where customer service seems to be waning I certainly feel that ESP are leading the field and I would have no hesitation in recommending your service."
St John the Baptist, Brighton
“Very helpful representative, competetive prices and fast installation. That’s pretty much everything a school would ask for.”
Redwood Junior School.
“Very pleased with the playground markings. They are a huge success with the children.”
Burnt Yates C of E Primary School.
“Children are more active using multi-skills playground markings. Lunchtimes especially are more structured and there are less incidents since we had multi skills training.”