"Traversing" means to climb accross rather than to climb up. This activity requires skill, strength and agility. The traverse walls have handholds and footholds which allow children to move along the wall. It provides a great way for children to exercise and is popular in the school playground. Traversing aids co-ordination and helps to develop upper body strength. Differing routes offer easy or difficult ways to travel stimulating the child to work out which route to take.
Transparent traverse walls are a great way to make fencing fun yet practical and mean children are never out of sight.
Transforming an otherwise boring container turns useful storage into a fun activity.
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The provision of additional facilities such as traverse walls is an attraction for all the children to attend school.
The equipment provides additional challenges encouraging controlled interaction between the children.
Traverse walls enrich out-of-lesson provision.
The equipment provides fitness challenges which can be easily controlled by playground supervisors. The transparent version of free standing traverse allows for children to be seen at all times and does not allow for hidden areas within the playground. Traversing as opposed to climbing is a safer and more suitable way for children as their feet should never be more than 40cm off the ground.
Pupils are happier with the playground and feel they have more challenging choice with how to use their play times.
Traversing aids co-ordination and helps to develop upper body strength, this type of exercise encourages children with less sporting ability and stimulates the thought process in order to work out which route to take.