Innovation & Development Through Research
Play is constantly evolving, but children remain the experts in the realm of play within an ever-changing world. Successful play areas are built upon their input, coupled with a specialist understanding of ongoing developments in child development. ESP innovates and develops through extensive research, actively listening to and observing children at play. These are the foundational pillars of our approach to play area design. We continuously engage in and commission research into the benefits of play and child development. Child approval and our specialist insights into play value underpin our design process, ensuring that ESP equipment meets the criteria of attraction, retention, and play value.
We Accommodate Everyone with Inclusion at the Heart of Our Offerings
Our customers consistently applaud our approach in creating engaging playgrounds, exceptional outdoor sports facilities, and inclusive fitness amenities for individuals of all age groups. We provide a completely FREE design service. Why not reach out to one of our team members and discover how ESP Play Parks can transform your outdoor play area?
We Cater for All with Inclusion at the Core
Inclusive Play designs encompass products and equipment that enable children of all abilities to participate on the playground. Inclusive play equipment provides choices and challenges, allowing children to play, laugh, and learn together. Our in-house design team is wholly dedicated to inclusive play and strives to make all playgrounds accessible to children of every ability, age, and gender. Children with limited mobility should never be excluded from any playground. Our playgrounds encourage children of all abilities to play together, promote social interaction, and enhance mental and physical well-being.
Six Inclusive Play Elements
Movement: Enhances children’s awareness of their joints and muscles.
Balance: Contributes to balance and symmetry.
Smell: Elevates the enjoyment of social activities through sensory engagement.
Touch: Facilitates learning about differences in texture, traction, and pressure.
Sound: Aids and develops the visual sense, enabling children to make the most of their surroundings
Sight: Aids and develops the visual sense allowing children to get the most out of their surroundings