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The Loose Parts Play Musselburgh Project works across Musselburgh, Wallyford and Whitecraig.
The team have generated a fantastic report about the benefits of Loose Parts Play, including various case studies and positive comments about LPP.
Click here to read the report.
A special session of Loose Parts Play especially for the grown ups will be held on Friday 17th May at 9:15am
The LPP coordinator, Susan Humble, will be on site to share all the benefits of playing with loose parts.
Loose Parts Play @ Campie Primary is being launched this week and everybody is welcome to come along and celebrate with us. Local Councillor Stuart Currie will be in attendance to cut the ribbon and officially open our PlayPod for all the children (and the staff) to enjoy.
We are all very excited for the upcoming grand launch of Loose Parts Play at Campie and we are appealing to the fantastic Campie Community (that’s you) to provide donations of loose parts to stock the Campie PlayPod.
We cannot wait for the children of Campie to interact with the loose parts and engage in creative and imaginative play.
All donations gratefully received – please hand into the school