PLAY. MAKE. BELIEVE

Our Mission


To inspire children and adults with memorable and extraordinary play experiences.

Kitcamp in schools

``Our children have been so excited to play with Kitcamp. They love being able to construct with the light weight panels and enjoy the problem solving aspect of fitting them together and making interlocking tunnels. We have had Kitcamp for a year and every day they ask the staff to get it out. It is robust and strong and after being used many times in many ways, it doesn't show a sign of wear or tear.``

Natasha, Blackbird Academy Trust.

IT’S VERSATILE & INNOVATIVE.

Why Kitcamp?


Imagine the universal delight of the cardboard box, the creative simplicity of the original Lego and the innate desire that every child has to build dens - and you have Kitcamp.

  • Kids create and control their own play space.
  • Offers varied play opportunities in limited spaces.
  • Kitcamp is adaptable for various ages and abilities.
  • It’s weather-proof and UV resistant, so suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
  • The material is free of chemicals and is recyclable.
  • Easy to deconstruct and store away.

Why Kitcamp matters to child development

Read a summary report, by Dr. Jennie Ferrell, Senior lecturer, University of the west of England (UWE).

What is Kitcamp?


A strong, light and incredibly versatile play system that stimulates key areas of early years development.

It’s light.

Each panel is light enough for young kids to pick up and start creating.

Strong.

Kitcamp is made using EPP, an incredibly light and strong material that is used in the car industry for it’s light weight, strength and high impact resistance.

Simple and versatile.

The simple assembly method, combined with the light weight and strength allows kids to quickly and easily build incredible dens, forts, houses, rockets, ships, or whatever they imagine.

Kitcamp Panel

Stimulates child development.

Child psychologists agree; University of the West of England (UWE) recently produced an independent psychological report on Kitcamp, with emphasis on the cognitive, physical, social and emotional developmental benefits for children.

Improves social development.

Children learn to work as a team, negotiating to build their own environments and acting out scenarios within these environments. Kitcamp encourages social interaction and role play, stimulating executive function development in children.

It’s physical and creative.

Through construction and playing with Kitcamp children can develop their spatial awareness skills and get physically active by building and negotiating their play environments.

``In addition to the advantages any large play equipment would provide, they (Kitcamp's panels) allow for children to create their own playscape, creating a need for more physical manipulation and physical awareness, rather than to use what is already constructed.``


Dr Jennie Ferrell, Senior lecturer, Department of Health and Social Sciences,University of the west of England (UWE).