Schools, nurseries and pre-schools – the epicentres of education and learning.
Next stop? – The epicentre of product development.
Newby Leisure understand a child’s imagination never stops. So much so, they want to enhance the benefits of real-life learning inside and outside of the classroom. The playground design company based in Lincolnshire would like to see children getting more hands on, thinking outside the box to develop their own imaginative play resources.
This campaign gives schools the chance to have their very own timber play resource(s) sold globally on newbyleisure.com
It’s an opportunity that allows the winning school to benefit from 10% of the winning play resource sales for one year.
Taking a Dragon’s Den style approach to learning, the playground design company have come up with an idea that will offer fantastic educational benefits. Getting children socially involved in a classroom environment isn’t the easiest of tasks. However, when fun is introduced into the classroom, it makes everything so much more exciting.
They’d like to see children working in pairs or teams to develop a unique timber play resource. The idea can evolve around anything a child desires, so there are lots of play scenarios to consider. Whether it’s a product for Messy Play, Construction Play, Sensory or something totally different, Newby Leisure want to see it.
For some inspiration, check out the range of products on their website here.
HOW TO ENTER
Email: [email protected] for an information pack on the campaign containing a ‘how to’ guide. Or call 01472 230022 for more information.
HOW TO WIN
All design ideas need to be submitted to [email protected] by 7th June 2019. After this date, the team at Newby Leisure will go through all entries and pick out the resources which have potential for sale on newbyleisure.com
From here, they’ll judge the entries and contact the winning school(s). The winner(s) will then have their product uploaded to newbyleisure.com for sale.
There is also opportunity for the team at Newby Leisure to visit your school and present the winners with their winning design.
This is real-life learning!
Contact: 01472 230022
Schools are encourage to share insights into their designs on social media: