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Enabling pre-school learning through a flexible learning environment

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Ofsted good practice example showing how Cuckfield Pre-School Playgroup make the most of having to pack up and set up every day.

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Cuckfield Pre-school Playgroup - Good practice example.doc

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Cuckfield Pre-School Playgroup is a committee-run community group, which operates from a local authority youth centre. Like many playgroups, staff have to set up and put away all the equipment every day. Rather than considering this a burden, they use it as an opportunity to create a flexible learning environment to meet the developing needs of every child.