The value of play
Playing is integral to children’s enjoyment of their lives, their health and their development.
Children and young people – disabled and non-disabled – whatever their age, culture, ethnicity or social and economic background, need and want to play, indoors and out, in whatever way they can. Through playing, children are creating their own culture, developing their abilities, exploring their creativity and learning about themselves, other people and the world around them.
Children need and want to stretch and challenge themselves when they play. Play provision and play space that is stimulating and exciting allows children to encounter and learn about risk. This helps them to build confidence, learn skills and develop resilience at their own pace.. (Play England Charter for children’s play.)
Woodland Adventurers outdoor magic in nature. Have a look round the site and get in contact. Info@atplayinthewoods.co.uk
Book your child a party and reward your child with a day in the woods: explore nature, get muddy and have fun!