Innovation & Development Through Research
Play is always changing and evolving, but children remain constant play experts in an ever-changing world. Successful play areas are based on their input, combined with a specialist insight into the ongoing changes in child development. ESP innovate and develop thorough research, listening to and observing children at play. These are the fundamental corner stones of our approach to play area design. ESP participate and commission continuous research into play benefits and child development. Child approval and our specialist input on play value forms the basis of our design process and ensures that ESP equipment stands up to the test of attraction, retention and play value.
We Cater for All with Inclusion at the Heart of What we Deliver
Our customers regularly praise our approach in how we create stimulating playgrounds, outstanding outdoor sports areas, and inclusive fitness facilities for all age ranges. We offer a completely FREE design service. Why not get in touch with a member of our team and see how ESP Play Parks can transform your outdoor play area.
We Cater for All with Inclusion at the Core
Inclusive Play designs include products and equipment which allow children of all abilities to get involved on the playground. Inclusive play equipment offers choice and challenge, enabling children to play, laugh and learn together. Our team of in-house designers are dedicated to inclusive play and strives to make all playgrounds inclusive to all children regardless of ability, age, and gender. Children with restricted movement should not be left out from any playground. Our playgrounds encourage children of all abilities to play together, promote socialising and improves mental and physical wellbeing.
Six Inclusive Play Elements
Movement: Helps children to be aware of their joints and muscles
Balance: Contributes to balance and symmetry
Smell: Contributes to the enjoyment by enhancing social activities
Touch: Helps children learn the differences in texture, traction and pressure
Sound: Helps cognitive progression by developing the ability to process
Sight: Aids and develops the visual sense allowing children to get the most out of their surroundings