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Help your struggling pupils catch up in maths


Collins New Primary Maths: Assisting Maths is a hands-on, practical approach to maths to help overcome barriers to learning


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What we do...


It takes experience, knowledge and understanding to design a bespoke and imaginative play area that will provide a stimulating and educational environment for children – all within a prescribed brief and budget.


Children learn best by doing – outdoor play space offers as much opportunity for active learning as they have indoors. Each of our play areas are unique and designed following close consultation with the school or nursery, and each area is full of wonderful things for children to experiment, discover and explore.


We help fulfil the outdoor curriculum by designing areas that are planned in response to children’s interests. They provide opportuni- ties for quiet play as well as active play, plus promote active learning through hands-on exploration. Bringing innovation and ideas to life creating fabulous yet functional play areas that you will love to take a lesson in and the kids will love it to!


Bespoke play areas for


schools, sure start centres and nurseries


putting adventure into the outdoors! Unique, fun, functional


A complete service: - Free Initial design consultation - Plans


- CAD drawings - Fixed price costing’s - Construction


- Maintenance and after care


If you would like something designed with a little more WOW factor, contact us on: 01293 862309 / 01293 229123 E: info@play-tecsolutions.co.uk W: www.play-tecsolutions.co.uk


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