Being a play champion

Information for school staff on the importance of play, and tips on how to be a play champion in your school.

Play Champion

The benefits of playtime for children have been widely reported. Playtime improves students’ physical, mental, and emotional health and enhances their learning opportunities.

This simple guidance for school staff and senior leaders from Play Wales shares suggestions for being a play advocate in schools.

 

Using this resource

This resource is designed for:

  • use by school staff

 

Curriculum links

Wales - Health and Wellbeing Statement 1 - Learners will be encouraged to develop the confidence, motivation, physical competence, knowledge and understanding that can help them lead healthy and active lifestyles which promote good physical health and well-being.

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