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“Play develops creativity, intellectual competence, emotional strength and stability, and feelings of joy and pleasure, the habit of being happy” Piers and Landau, 1980

Every child has the ability to play and to learn. The rules are the same for a typically developing child and the child with special educational needs. The difference is where they are on their play journey. Every child will progress at his/her own pace and every child is unique. Quality learning experiences created through interests and everyday natural routines give children firm foundations for progress.”

Johanna Edwards
Assistant Headteacher