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what people say

“We are really pleased with play learn play; there have been only positive comments from our staff. Through physical activity, play learn play improve children’s literacy skills.  Children who rarely speak to adults or even their peers, really come out of themselves in the sessions, interacting freely with play learn play staff and other children.”

Sally Couch, Deputy Head Teacher, St Woolos Primary School, Newport.

‘The day was very well planned, taking on board the ages and stages of development of our children who were aged from three to 11 years old in our holiday club. We were particularly impressed with the way that activities encouraged team working and shared problem solving. play learn play have sound knowledge and experience of both the Foundation Phase and the Key Stage 2 curriculum with skilful pedagogy woven throughout the programme.”

Carolyn Asante Head of Ely and Caerau Children’s Centre, Cardiff.

“play learn play offered excellent opportunities for children to develop their physical literacy in addition to their problem solving and thinking skills. The sessions ensured full participation and inclusion. The quality of the lessons was high with a very clear and engaging explanation, encouragement and assessment for learning.”

Kevin Hart, Head Teacher, Coed Glas Primary School, Cardiff

“I observed my Yr4 children undertake a play learn play session with Lauren and Steve.  They are enthusiastic, energetic, motivating and most of all I learnt so much myself. When one undertook the activity the other would explain what they were doing while incorporating the LNF into each session. I would highly recommend them and the play learn play sessions!”

Megan Carlyle, KS2 Teacher, St Woolos Primary School, Newport

“All sessions were thoroughly planned and tailored to the requirements of the school’s topic and the needs of the children. It was pleasing to note that several children who were initially quite disruptive in the sessions made excellent progress in their self-control and motivation to achieve”

Jo Bayton, Acting Head Teacher, Glyncoed Primary School, Ebbw Vale.

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