Latest play news (page 9 of 30)
Here's the lowdown on what's happening right now with play in London... along with news from beyond the M25 that might affect how, where and how often children play within its confines. If you want news relating to London Play, choose from the menu on the left.
11 July 2016 I Communities and Local Government Committee
An inquiry has been launched into public parks to examine the impact of reduced local authority budgets on these open spaces.
30 June 2016 I Islington Gazette
Play time brought traffic to a stand still as Thornhill Primary school shut off a section of Lofting Road in Barnsbury to give its pupils a play time to remember.
30 June 2016
Schools which limit playtime could be stunting their pupils' academic performance, according to experts.
27 June 2016 I East London Advertiser
Housing developers have been making a children’s adventure playground safe in London’s East End by replacing ageing and worn-out equipment in a playpark that’s been in constant use for more than 40 years.
21 June 2016 I London Play
Half a million children in London live in areas that exceed EU pollution limits and over 80 per cent of school playgrounds with illegal pollution levels are in deprived neighbourhoods.
13 June 2016 I London Play
The amount of time parents spend playing with their children has increased, but there is a big difference between richer vs poorer homes.
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