The playground includes a campfire site and a water feature.
The school’s parents and friends association fundraised throughout last year for the project, which was completed earlier this year.
Principal Daine Burnett said it was all about imaginative play and creating an environment that would foster such behaviour.
‘You want to leave play as open-ended as possible,’ he said.
Pre-primary teacher Victoria Paino-Povey said the students were excited to use the new play area and the water feature was the most popular.
She said there were so many benefits from using imaginative play as the students grow and learn.