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Kindergartens and Nursery Schools

Examples of pools installed at kindergartens, nursery schools, and children's centers.

KindergartensExamples of pools installed at kindergartens.

Kota Municipal Kota Kindergarten (2007)

“Compared to previous pools, children don’t have to climb stairs when getting into the pool, so there was no fear of students falling from high places, making it safer to enter,” says the kindergarten principal. Since the pool is large and flat, it is easy for teachers to monitor the children, who could play with their friends more easily and seem to enjoy pool time more than before.

Pool Specifications
Size 8m×4m
Depth 0.5m
Courses -
Materials FRP

Asahigaoka Kindergarten |Unit Pool KIRAKIRA| (2006)

The newly built parking structure roof is used as an open-air pool space. Drainage time has also been shortened, reducing the costs of cleaning and maintenance, and when pool season is over, it can be disassembled and stowed. The kindergarten principal says, "It's easy to teach and the kids don't slip. Its shape allows us to use it safely, without much worry about potential injuries."

Pool Specifications
Size 3m×6m
Depth 0.55m
Courses -
Materials FRP

Nursery SchoolsExamples of pools installed at nursery schools.

Nagakute Municipal Nagakute Minami Nursery School (2007)

The pool is integrated with the wooden deck that wraps around the nursery school. Its compact size makes for fast water refills with reduced costs; the pool can be filled to a useable level in just 30 minutes. Since it's right outside the nursery room, it’s highly visible and easy to get in and out of, so safety is high, but consideration is also given to make sure that children don’t fall in.

Pool Specifications
Size 3.4m×2.4m
Depth 0.5m
Courses -
Materials FRP

Toyota Municipal Masutomi Nursery School | WAIWAI Pool| (2007)

Children play for periods of 20 to 30 minutes, monitored by two teachers. The round, cornerless shape and slip-resistant stairs for getting in and out make this pool easy to use. The beautiful green poolside drains well, and like the bottom of the pool is also slip-resistant. Just like the spacious, open school building, this is a fun place for children to play in the water.

Pool Specifications
Size 3.5m×7.5m
Depth 0.55m
Courses -
Materials FRP

Children's CentersExamples of pools installed at children's centers.

Hamamatsu Gakuin University Aino Children's Center (2011)

Installed on the roof of the school building to make efficient use of schoolyard space, this pool has been well-received. “Since it is made of FRP, the surface is smoother and has a nicer texture than concrete, and the pool gets less dirty, so the water is clean and hygienic.” The children are also happy to get in the pool, and apparently look forward to it every day.

Pool Specifications
Size 4.5m×8m
Depth 0.55m
Courses -
Materials FRP

Seirei Christopher University Christopher Children’s Center (2011)

Since this center wanted “make the most of the space during the off-season,” they went with the unit pool, which can be disassembled and stowed. They praised the pool by saying, “The surface is smooth, so we don’t have to worry about scrapes, which is nice. The water is also clean and hygienic."

Pool Specifications
Size 3m×6m
Depth 0.55m
Courses -
Materials FRP

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