People Make Play
Subtitle: The impact of staffed play provision on children, families and communities
Based on a literature review and six in-depth case studies, People Make Play provides a range of qualitative perspectives on the role and potential impact of good quality, staffed, local play provision in the lives of children and young people, their parents and the wider community. Focusing on staffed play provision for children aged between 8 and 13 years, the analysis and conclusions shows how successful staffed play provision is making a difference to children, parents and neighbourhoods across England.
This book highlights how staffed provision intensifies and diversifies the opportunities for children to play. By doing so staff provide additional potential to achieve outcomes specified in Every Child Matters.
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