One of the products that is most requested by people visiting the Red Monkey website or contacting us are Climbing Frames Primary School Children. At Red Monkey we have a wide range of climbing frames for Primary School Children from a simple and easy to use Monkey bars through to our Island Units that incorporate a wide range of climbing features designed to encourage physical development and motor skills in Primary aged children.
In the modern world many schools and teachers have identified that children have a lack of body strength and see this as a key area for development in young children, with normal school play equipment this is difficult to achieve and that is why Red Monkey have developed a range of climbing frames and equipment to develop these key aspects of development. Simon Winfield, Managing Director says “It has become very common for us when visiting schools that teachers express their desire to have equipment for children to develop their upper body strength, in the modern world children are not as active as they have been in the past and this is a real concern for their development, these requests and feedback led us to task our Product Development in developing a range of equipment to meet the needs of the teachers and children”.
Many of the units that have been developed can be found in our brochure which can be downloaded from the website or by clicking here and we continue to develop our range of Climbing frames Primary School Children so if you cannot find what you are looking for please contact us by calling 0116 3669922 unfortunately we just cant keep us to date with all of our exciting developments. What we can ensure is a high quality play and learning equipment at affordable prices that has been crafted with care and inspired and development with the help of teaching and education professionals. That means you can rely on Red Monkey to make your decisions easier – read some of our case studies and find out what our customers say.
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