Case Study: Broomwood Hall Playground, London

Broomwood Hall School in South West London has given their dull concrete playground a revamp by transforming it with a luscious green turf. Prior to the installation, the playground was looking tired and used with faded sports pitch markings. Our team of fitters have turned the grounds into a fresh, fun, sports pitch for the children […]

Read more

Case Study: Hawley Place School, Surrey

Hawley Place School in Camberley, Surrey have had the star treatment of the artificial grass world, having their play area transformed by our very own illustrious leaders Mike Tittershill and Chris Suter! The school had over 100m2 of artificial grass installed, which covered a number of high-use areas of their playground. The Nomow team were […]

Read more

#NomowPlay Create Magic in Nursery

Nursery is a place where teachers and carers enhance children’s creativity and knowledge. Throughout the day, your aim is to make sure every child is having fun, communicating and constantly improving. Making sure nursery is an exciting place to be also ensures each child has a positive outlook towards learning. Most children at nursery will have a favourite kids television […]

Read more

Outdoor Play is Crucial for Children’s Development

It comes as no shock to learn that children are filled with lots of energy and sitting in a classroom all day may affect their development, which is why Learning through Landscapes (LTL) and Early Childhood Forum (ECF) have been working together to bring to light the importance of outdoor play for young children. They […]

Read more

#NomowPlay Solar Systems

Learning about space is an exciting and novel experience for children. In order to make learning about the solar system both fun and informative, take a look at some ideas we have put together! Telescope Take time during lessons to create telescopes. You can assign students into pairs or groups to complete the project. Not […]

Read more

#NomowPlay Role Play and Imaginative Games

One thing children have in common is their vivid imagination! When break time comes around children are expected to run outside and play with their friends however, with technology taking over, children are more inclined to go on Facebook or text their friends than play in the fresh air. At Nomow we understand that imaginative […]

Read more

Take PE Class Outdoors! #NomowPlay

  At Nomow we know how much of a challenge it can be to get kids outside, whether it’s playing or learning.  We have already covered how to make maths more exciting by taking the classroom outside, and this month the #NomowPlay campaign is exploring how teachers can get kids building their physical development in the playground. Take […]

Read more

Case Study: Corby Primary School

One thing that Nomow have discovered to be true after many years creating fantastic, bespoke, exciting play spaces for kids is that one thing that children love as much as being able to play outdoors come rain or shine is colour…and lots of it! It’s true that Nomow have never shied away from the challenge […]

Read more

Product Spotlight – Play 365  

For most schools, achieving a soft and durable surface that holds it’s appearance all year round can be nothing short of impossible. Play areas and sports grounds endure constant heavy footfall and can rapidly deteriorate, leaving school grounds bare, muddy or completely unsuitable for play. As a result, school surfaces require heavy maintenance, regular watering, […]

Read more

Nomow Goes Back to School

September has arrived, and with it comes the end of the summer holidays. While the kids have been off, Nomow have been busy transforming their outdoor play areas with artificial grass just in time for them to come back to school. Many children think the playground is the best part of their school, so there […]

Read more

Reduce Injury With SafeRange

Ever since Astroturf was first installed at the Houston Astrodome back in the 1960’s, there has been much controversy about the use of artificial grass playing surfaces. The main issues at the time related to the way that the surface properties affected the risk of injuries occurring on artificial surfaces. Since then, there is no […]

Read more

Life’s an Adventure with Artificial Grass

Where was your favourite place to play as a child? Chances are, it was a pillow fort, a tree house or anywhere but a traditional playground. Studies have now shown that when children’s play has an element of danger it is strangely healthier than safe play! Adventure playgrounds are play structures built from timber containing […]

Read more

Menu