Letters extra: Lunchtime play and learning

5th March 2004 at 00:00

May I appeal to your readers for help with my research? I am studying for a BA at Suffolk College. Part of my study involves a research project. The theme I have chosen for my research is the ways in which organised play activities at lunchtimes for years 3 and 4 children impacts upon their learning in the afternoon.

I would like to hear from any school who has developed any scheme of clubs or activities that are run at lunchtimes,whether or not these were designed to have an impact on classroom behaviour.

Ken Douglas
co Woodhall CP School, Sudbury, Suffolk
email: kend@kdouglas88.fsnet.co.uk

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