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Back to School – Is your Playground Ready?
Published on August 21, 2014 by chrisw8234mT

With the dawn of September approaching and summer holidays coming to an end, many schools across the country will be preparing to open their doors for students ready to develop skills and gain a vital education. But no matter how important the classroom is, it is no secret that a child’s favourite part of the …   Read More

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Introducing the new PMD website!
Published on August 6, 2014 by chrisw8234mT

Over the past few months we’ve been in the process of upgrading our website to something which will hopefully make your browsing experience much clearer and faster. This new website hosts more information about your favourite products, better content, faster speeds and a more child-friendly layout! If you notice anything that is out of place, …   Read More

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Finding Funding
Published on January 7, 2014 by Beth Taylor

Most teachers agree that outdoor play is very important in a child’s development, both physically and socially. Quite often, due to budget restraints, it’s not always possible to have the playground they dream of! With the school budget now being stretched so thinly, it’s a real battle and sadly, some schools really do have a …   Read More

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Let’s Have a Happy 2014
Published on January 6, 2014 by Beth Taylor

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a playground where all the children were happy and there was no bullying? Where children would look out for other children and there would be no-one excluded? Impossible you might think with all those different personalities! But here at Playground Markings and Development, we have observed a marked improvement …   Read More

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Heading In The Right Direction
Beth Taylor

For the first time in six years, reports show there has been a reduction in child obesity. The report showed that 33.3% of pupils in year 6 (aged 10-11) were overweight or obese in 2012-13, compared with 33.9% the previous year. The percentage is still higher than in 2006-07 (31.6%). Although there is still a …   Read More

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