Whose job is it anyway?

You can make a big impact for the better with playground designs. But you may have to work hard to get staff and parents to see the playground as an area as not just a "one-off problem" but a continuing opportunity.

Often no one wants to take responsibility for this "no-man's land". Overstretched teachers often don't feel it's within their territory and caretakers feel it's more than just repair. You can find specialist line-marking companies to do the job, but that is expensive and you tend to get "standard" patterns.

This guide assumes you are a parent or teacher who has decided to do the job yourself.

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