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Presented by Marie Richardson
Play has a huge role to play in developing a child’s brain. Play provides the brain with building blocks for thinking, action, development and growth. Schematic play is therefore a vital part of our understanding of play in an early years setting.
Schema can be seen as a natural and important part of every child’s development. They are like a ‘urge’ that can’t really be controlled. An action that is necessary for a young child to participate in. These natural urges can often be seen as a child plays.
“Patterns of repeated behaviour which can often be noticed in young children’s play” (Building The Ambition, 2014)
Delegates will be
• Introduced to the theory of Schematic Play
Delegate Fee – £120+VAT
Experiential Play Training Centre