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An engaged school community starts with parents being there for each other


please Miss can we go outside?


Inclusive and welcoming - Bring all your parents together on one app Artificial play grass


INSPIRING PLAYSCAPES FOR SCHOOLS & NURSERIES


GET THE CHILDREN OUTSIDE, WHATEVER THE WEATHER WITH ALL-WEATHER SURFACING


Bright EDPM wetpour rubber


After brainstorming ideas with us, Green Scheme have designed a fabulous play scheme, providing fun and challenge at every turn. Using recycled plastics has been a great idea – as well as being good for the planet, the equipment will not rot so there are no maintenance headaches for busy school staff


- Tracey Jones, Headteacher Mary Deans Primary School


★ Promotes happy communities ★ Create classes and groups ★ Easy to engage volunteers ★ Ticketing and event tools ★ Can replace social media ★ Secure, GDPR-compliant and Free!


For an informal chat or to arrange a visit to discuss your project, contact the Green Scheme Team on 0800 9101310


Parents there for each other Classlist.com


Easy setup


LOW MAINTENANCE ECO-FRIENDLY DOES NOT ROT


For an informal chat or to arrange a visit to discuss your project, contact the Green Scheme Team on 0800 9101310


www.greenschemeltd.co.uk 01822 855427


24 AUTUMN 2018 pta.co.uk


PLAY


Multi use games area


Natural looking EDPM rubber mulch


Playground Markings


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