What are key stages?
The National Curriculum is divided into four Key Stages that children are taken through during their school life. For example, Key Stage 1 is taught during Years 1 and 2 of primary school. Targets defined in the National Curriculum are assessed at the end of each Key Stage. And although we cover mostly Early Years, Key Stage 1 and 2, we do cover Key Stages 3 and 4 for the older children; some of our equipment is installed on adventure parks and army barracks. You will see on all of our products a colour coded key indicating which Key Stage we create the particular product for. For more help understanding Key Stages, please visit the National Curriculum website.
Our Early Years products are specially designed for children’s first steps in learning and playing, providing exciting play environments for children of nursery age to develop the skills they need for learning and exploring in a safe and fun way.
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Key Stage 1 covers children in years 1 and 2, when their school learning really begins. Our Key Stage 1 products help expand children's first steps in learning by encouraging exploration, imagination and teamwork.
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Key Stage 2 covers years 3 and 4, as children near the end of the their primary education. We offer a range of products geared towards helping children master more difficult skills whilst learning through play.
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