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A Practitioner’s Guide: Bringing more play to the school day!


‘There is an untapped resource of highly trained play professionals within many out of school services across Scotland. Let’s build on this model of partnership and educate the “whole child” within our schools. Let’s not only strive to make Scotland the best place to grow up but a super place to be educated in using academia and play in a knowledgeable, innovative way’ 

In this week’s blog we hear from Margaret McLelland B.A. MSC- Play Practitioner and Manager of St Mirin’s Out Of School Club. Margaret shares her learnings with us on St Mirin’s Out of School Club’s move to include more play!






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