|Detail:|| Wansdyke Play Association and Children's Scrapstore have created an exciting new place to play at St Nicholas Primary School in Radstock—a Scrapstore PlayPod.|
Head teacher Gill Sutcliffe said: "Children have absolutely loved the introduction of the Scrapstore PlayPod. Lunchtime play is such a happy, positive experience….Children really love playing together and the cooperative play is fantastic. We love our PlayPod."
The Scrapstore PlayPod is a large container full of scrap from the Children's Scrapstore and will be open every lunchtime throughout the year for children to play. The process is designed to work with schools to develop free play opportunities for children at lunchtime.
Play workers from Wansdyke Play Association and artists and development workers from Creativity Works will be on hand with a range of play and arts activities for children and their parents and carers together with information about the trust which brings £1 million of lottery funding to the area.
|Source:||“Children's playpod opens up a wealth of opportunities for fun “, Somerset Guardian, April 14, 2011|