Extending role-play into Key Stage Two
This highly practical and relevant course will explore the important contribution role-play can continue to make to learning across all subjects in Key Stage Two. Designed for all practitioners working with this age group, this half-day training opportunity will examine:
- the importance of continuing to allow older children to play
- ways of integrating play into everyday activities
- how to plan for play in Key Stage Two
- the differences in play at Key Stage Two
- approaches to creating effective role-play areas
- structuring play for older pupils
- cross-curricular outcomes from play.
Attendees must bring the following resources to the workshop:
- two carrier bags of junk/recycled cartons
- a glue stick
- an adult dressing up hat
- 1 piece of fabric of any design (2 x 1m in length)
- a pack of felt pens
- 5 sheets of A4 card.
This course is a must for anyone who believes in the importance of play or needs to be convinced of its enormous potential in the Key Stage Two Curriculum.
Duration: Half day
Past attendees said:
“This course made me feel ashamed to have stopped playing.”
“The course certainly proves the potential of play in Key Stage Two.”