Exhibitor: Community Playthings
At Community Playthings our love for children lies at the heart of everything we do. Children need simple, natural toys and furniture that promote open-ended, imaginative play. Our conviction that children come first has driven every aspect of our business since 1947.
Made and designed in our workshops in the UK; our product’s solid wood construction and robust joinery lasts for decades. All our products are free of any elements that are harmful for children and the environment, and the wood we use is chain-of-custody certified and sustainably grown.
Win a Mobile wellie storage trolley. Space efficient and easy to clean this new product is designed so children can easily put away their wellies un-aided.
– Holds 48 pairs of children’s wellies
– Footprints on shelves show children where to place their wellies
– Castors enable easy movement
– Off-set shelves save space and drain away water easily.
Create high quality, flexible spaces in your setting
Watch this video to discover the flexibility and adaptability of our storage shelving and panels that allow for easy reconfiguration of your learning environment.
In this video discover how our outdoor products support children’s play and learning.
More child and staff friendly product features you may not be aware of.
Castle Tower School in Ballymena, NI, is a purpose built SEN school catering to pupils aged 3 to 19 with a full range of special needs. With their new build opening in 2017, the school decided to invest in solid wood furniture and play equipment to help them create their state-of-the-art learning environment. They’ve found that the flexibility, durability, and calming natural colours of Community Playthings equipment support their caring, inclusive approach to learning.
This reception classroom is transformed by Community Playthings over the weekend. Watch the children’s faces as they enter their new environment on Monday morning, and hear from the staff about the difference it makes!
Sheringham Nursery School in Newham, London, is committed to children learning through play, particularly outdoors. Outlast blocks provided them a flexible resource to foster creativity, inclusion, and powerful learning experiences.