Case studies

1/6 Staff at Castle Tower explain why they chose Community Playthings furniture and how it positively impacts children with SEN.

2/6 The beautiful room-dividing panels form welcoming, protected learning areas and can be easily reconfigured to meet changing needs.

3/6 Solid birch and warm bamboo bring a touch of home into the classroom.

4/6 Castle Tower School embraces a play-based approach to learning.

5/6 Artists are at work at the double sided easel. The trim at the base of the easel flips up to reveal wheels for easy moving.

6/6 MultiTables are especially designed to support wheelchair users with maximum space under the table and height and tilt adjustment options.