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Creative Play

We are currently running free creative play sessions with pupils from P2-P4 from St John Vianney’s, in Edinburgh for 8 weeks, starting on Monday 31st August.

The sessions will take place on Mondays after School at Inch Park.

Outdoor creative play with our play rangers to helps your child's imagination run wild while developing strong links to their local community.

Over 6 weeks children will be collected from school at 3:15pm and taken to Inch Park for an engaging creative play session and a healthy snack. Children are to be collected from Inch Park Community Sports Centre at 5pm by parents/carers.

Week 1 and 6 a parent/carer is requested to stay with their child and join-in. A goody bag will be given to each family on week 6. Children should be dressed for playing outdoors (old clothes, warm / waterproof jacket, wellies.)


FREE DROP-IN SESSIONS - ON HOLD DUE TO COVID RESTRICTIONS

We are also running FREE drop-in sessions of all primary 2-4 pupils living in the local Inch Park area, no matter what school they attend.

The sessions will take place on a Tuesday after school at Inch Park.

Due to restrictions and keeping in line with government guidelines, it will be a closed group of 15 children, on a first come first served basis.

If you are interested in signing your child up for one of the sessions please contact Victoria Briones at: victoria.briones@impactarts.co.uk or 0131 661 4225


ADDRESS: Inch Park Community Sports Centre, 227 Gilmerton ROAD, Edinburgh, EH16 5UD

For more information, please contact Victoria Briones at: victoria.briones@impactarts.co.uk or 0131 661 4225


WHY NOT ALSO HAVE A LOOK AT OUR FREE BOOKLET OF 30 FUN AND CREATIVE WAYS TO PLAY OUTDOORS!

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