Al-Hidaya Islamic School approached NBP to create a nature playground for their school, in line with the school’s Walker Learning pedagogy of play based investigative learning. Play elements include a cascading rock water play area leading into a sandpit with carved top logs. Balancing challenges feature throughout and a fairy bridge facing a sitting circle makes a perfect stage for a display of creativity or outdoor classroom space.

There is also a mud kitchen and tinkering benches for open ended investigative play. A hollow log cubby provides a quiet spot while the NBP open style cubby makes a great base for group play. New trees and shrubs will grow and provide screening and shade.




08 9331 2997

Nature Based Play
1 Rees Street
O’Connor WA 6163
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ABN: 78 607 451 516

Nature Based Play believes that, especially in the context of Nature Play, there is much to be gained from pursuing a deeper understanding of the cultural, spiritual and educational practices of First Nations peoples.

Our offices and workshop are located on Whadjuk Noongar Boodjar, though our work takes us all across the State. As such we would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work throughout Western Australia. 
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