Exceptional playground design and installation for schools and nurseries
Langley Fitzurse CofE Primary School
Langley Fitzurse Church of England Primary School is a small historic village school with 94 pupils just outside of Chippenham and has been open since 1818.
We are passionate about play and thrive on creating school playgrounds that will support learning and education. School playground design combines art and science, and our team are ready to create a playground for your school that achieves your goals.
Play Hut (with Benches)
Raised Play Hut
Play Hut (Open with WS & Benches)
Play Hut (Solid with open Front & Benches)
Play Den (with Worktops & Bench)
Social Activity Den
We could give you lots of facts and figures of all the playgrounds we have installed, but what really matters to us is what our customers say and how we have listened to their needs.
Our garden is now truly an all-year-round place to learn, explore & play.
Thank you so much for the Outdoor Classroom we enjoy using it on a hot stuffy school day or just to get some fresh air.
Our playground looks AMAZING! We are so grateful to all your team for their hard work in giving our children something so truly unique and special.
Thank you for our outside classroom, it is a calm place to sit at play times and somewhere shady.
Whilst the work is being carried out on site, the workmen have always been very polite, professional and courteous to all, which is needed when you are dealing with parents, staff and children.
Thank you for the improvements you’ve made to our school, we can’t wait to work with you again in the future.
dbdplay have designed and created an accessible, inclusive and inspiring learning environment for our cohort of inspirational students.
Thanks so much – we are really pleased with the Daily Mile. The children are each running a mile to mark its opening!
Play Values to help you decide
Our Play Values have been created to help schools and nurseries select products that will support learning outcomes. They have been developed within the national curriculum and early years foundation stage framework.
Does your school environment promote Physical Literacy?
The development of Fundamental Movement Skills is key to ensuring a lifelong involvement in physical activity. Without the development of these key skills children are less likely to establish and maintain a healthy lifestyle into adulthood. Evidence shows that active children have better life outcomes. Research by the Aspen iInstitute has shown that physically active young children will…
The best place to start is with a meeting where we focus on your outcomes and educational needs. It is essential that we understand your goals for the redesigned area - is this increased physical activity or the creation of an outside space for learning and development?