School nursery with artificial grass and play area

Whether it’s because of poor maintenance, a lack of funds or environmental conditions, schools in every corner of the country have areas of land that are unusable. As well as creating eyesores, these damaged, neglected areas restrict the amount of space that children have to play in.

School nursery before artificial grass

With 90% of schools losing playing fields to building works, there is more pressure to create useful, safe and fun play areas than ever before.

Safe alternative

An ideal alternative for those with allergies, not only is artificial grass more attractive than concrete, tarmac or wood chip, it is also more practical. Allowing children to play outside in all weathers, the mud free surface helps to keep uniforms clean and parents happy. What’s more, as artificial grass is softer than concrete and tarmac, it helps to prevent injuries and provides a safe and natural looking play area for children of all ages to enjoy.

The golden mile

Every pupil can get involved by walking, jogging or running around their Golden Mile track within the safety of the school grounds. A perfect surface for a Golden Mile track is rubber mulch. Installed in a variety of colours it provides a long lasting solution enabling children of all abilities to improve their fitness.

Artificial Grass & Nurseries & Primary Schools

Most schools in the UK have at least one section of their playground that’s overgrown with weeds, tired, dark or covered in cold, hard concrete. However, with a little bit of investment, these unusable areas can be transformed into useful, safe, attractive and practical spaces giving school children throughout the country space to play and schools the chance to have a playground they can be truly proud of.