Autism Education Trust Newsletter Readers

Welcome to Theories Landscape’s World of Inclusive Playgrounds!
Hello and welcome to our new visitors from the Autism Education Trust newsletter! We’re excited to have you join us.

We are proud to be associated with the Autism Education Trust, as we wholeheartedly champion the importance of play. Crafting any play space presents its unique set of challenges and the demand for innovative solutions. This challenge becomes even more pronounced for schools that provide special educational support.

Designing a playground tailored for children with special educational needs (SEN) necessitates a comprehensive approach. It’s crucial to ensure that the space is thoughtfully structured to accommodate the evolving requirements of the students. Meeting these demands calls for a playground that is purposefully designed.

This then raises the pivotal question: “How can we create a space tailored specifically for children with special needs?” Each playground we create is meticulously crafted to encompass vital features such as green spaces with canopies, tranquil zones, accessible play equipment, and sensory gardens or areas that allow children to engage all their senses. This sensory play aspect should be seamlessly woven throughout the entire playground. Sensory play is an essential component of SEN playgrounds. For some children, processing their surroundings can be challenging. By providing opportunities for sensory play, we contribute to strengthening the neural pathways in a child’s brain, fostering development in physical, social, cognitive, and sensory recognition.

With over 40 years of experience in playground design, construction, and installation, we stand ready to assist you in crafting spaces where every child can explore, learn, and grow together. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us and let us know how playgrounds can enrich the lives of your children.

Be sure to register for our newsletter, which will keep you informed about all the latest news and developments in the realm of “playgrounds.”, and why not download our latest brochure from this page.

As a token of our gratitude for your interest and to support you in bringing these ideas to fruition, we’re delighted to offer AET newsletter readers an exclusive 5% discount. Simply use the code included in your latest newsletter.

We extend our heartfelt appreciation for joining us in our mission to make playtime a joyous and inclusive experience for every child. If you have any questions or would like to discuss anything related to playgrounds, please feel free to contact me, Jon Heywood, at 02072 547282.

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Natural low-maintenance planting can be used to enhance the look of your play space, softening hard areas. Importantly it can enhance the educational aspects of your play space introducing touch, smell and sound.



Hardwearing and long lasting, astroturf has the natural look and feel of grass, but is easier on maintenance.



Using top quality materials means that your play space will last longer and require less maintenance, repair or replacement.



How your playground is constructed effects it’s level of safety. We ensure that there are no fixings left proud to snag or hurt fingers.

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Download our brochure for an insight into how we work with you to create your palyspace and some of the sectors we work with such as schools, parks and public spaces, holiday parks and camp sites and farm attractions.

Our brochure also introduces Theories Golf, our one-stop-shop for indoor and outdoor adventure and crazy golf course design and construction.

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