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Creative and playful
Learning can be a fun playful activity and there is so much value in learning through play, and spending less time on screens.
Kitcamp is a loose parts resource that offers children so many inspirational and playful learning opportunities, without them realising they're learning.
Kitcamp is the perfect resource for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths). By building and creating play spaces kids learn about problem-solving in a creative way; developing resilience for life.
Our Toolkits cover topics and activities involving the arts and sciences.
Be an Active School...
Maximise your Sports Premium Fund with Kitcamp. It's an incredibly versatile all-in-one resource that meets the SPF criteria. It offers a range of physical activities and active learning experiences throughout the school day.
Our Toolkits also support you with physical activities and games, and contribute to active learning environments in the classroom and outdoors.
Download our toolkits free of charge and make the most of creative play. Simply add them to your baskets and enter code: ‘homeschool’ during checkout.
All our Toolkits are developed by teachers and meet the objectives of EYFS and the national curriculum.
Get creative at home, or in school, for active learning through play.
What People Are Saying
“I love it. It has potential for all children: gifted children, less able children, anyone. It can be used all year round outside or inside, and it’s suitable for all ages (not just KS1).”
Mrs Genner, Senior Teacher, Churchfields.
An inventive and engaging way to promote team work and thinking outside the box. The suppliers were professional and articulate in training. The equipment was safe and durable, even for the toughest year 6 children!
Ms Barnes-Taylor, Teaching Assistant, Heytesbury Primary School
The neutral and versatile nature of Kitcamp lends itself to providing benefits beyond traditional playground equipment.
Dr Jennie Ferrell, Senior Lecturer, University of the West of England
This is the most imaginative thing I have ever seen. It’s better than Lego!
Ollie, Year 6