“Our aim is to transform our playground over a period of three years into a rich context for play where children can learn to develop their natural curiosity and wonder in the world around them.
We want them to experience play that is challenging and fun, lively or relaxed, noisy or quiet and solitary or sociable. We want children to experience play with or without equipment, play which is simple or complex or light hearted or more serious. Through these rich and diverse experiences of play we want children to begin to develop their concept of risk and the skills to manage this.”Jennifer Ross, Headteacher
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