Let's Play Fair: inclusive playgrounds

Inaccessible playgrounds are stopping too many disabled or SEND children from having fun and friendship. All because playgrounds are not designed with their needs in mind.

From our Playground Accessibility Report we found

  • Only 1 in 10 playgrounds are inclusive to disabled children.
  • Nearly three quarters of playgrounds are places where it would be difficult for disabled and non-disabled children to play together.

We are calling for local authorities to work with families to create inclusive playgrounds. So that every disabled child can play.

Information and case studies.

Find inclusive playgrounds and take action

We’ve made a map of local playgrounds and how accessible and inclusive they are. Get involved, and help influence your local authority.

Check out our resources below to find out more.

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