Project Description

Water play is a great way for kids of all ages to learn about science, maths, nature and cooperation. The existing nature garden was converted in January this year into a self-contained water play area that centers around a water wheel and timber channel. Waterfalls, taps, spinners, whirl pools and rocky ponds will keep these kids occupied while they apply their class room theory in a fun and unique way.

Focusing completely on the imagination aspect of play time is this 4 piece, Pirate Play Space. The eye-catching mast has all the trimmings plus a treasure map and speaking tube to link it with the rest of the play ground. Floating barrels, treasure chest and a realistic rowboat are spread out across the yard to stimulate the young and adventurous minds of the St Paul’s Early Learning Centre.