Seating

Places to sit can be actual seats, low walls, steps or planters with wide edges. These can double up as places to balance, jump off and as resting places for other equipment such as pipes to roll balls down.  Parents need places to sit while waiting for their children, and staff need places to sit and either observe children unobtrusively or be at the same level as a standing child for a conversation. 

Elspeth Yates