Safe Play and Care
We have created a set of guidelines (or rules if you want to call them that) to ensure;
Your kiddos enjoy safe play on our equipment and
the equipment is not damaged
The equipment is designed for use by children under the age of 6 years. The Tiny Tots Zone is designed for use by children under the age of 2 years. The Climbing Bridge and Ball Pits are not suitable for use by children under the age of 2 years.
No shoes are to be worn on the equipment and/or mats (including high heels on the mats)
Socks must be worn on the equipment
No glass or other sharp objects, such as jewellery or badges, are allowed on or near the equipment
Ensure any items are removed from pockets before playing on the equipment
Ensure that an appropriate area of space around the equipment is clear
Discourage children from running around the equipment
Ensure children do not stand on top of the equipment
Ensure children are grouped according to age when using the equipment
Ensure that the equipment is not overcrowded, and limit numbers according to the age and size of children using it
Adults should not sit on equipment as they are manufactured to carry the weight of children only
Do not allow the equipment to sit in direct sunlight for an extended amount of time as it may become hot to touch
Please do not drag equipment on the ground.Vinyl is soft and can tear easily.
Please ensure that the equipment is kept in a clean condition at all times
No food or drinks are allowed on or near the equipment.
No chewing gum or other sticky substances are allowed on or near the equipment
No substances are to come into contact with the equipment, including, but not limited to, face paint, bubbles, liquids, crazy string and glitter
Ensure children who are presenting signs of illness or infection do not play on the equipment to avoid the spread of germs
No animals are allowed on or near the equipment
No smoking near the equipment
Please note that food colouring and face paint stains vinyl
Here are a few examples of vinyl that has been stained due to food colouring and face paint
High heel shoes penetrate the EVA mats like a hot knife to butter. It is essential that NO shoes be worn when walking on the mats.