P267 CEEFAX 267 Tue 22 Jul 21:20/00  2/3    ox$o: j5p?*u?j5j5ox$  SET HNG UP YOUR PLAYG NDP 3 Permi3rhon from the social services department bought, or borrowed from the local authority. Playgroups can catdr for any number of childrdn, the majority of groups have between 20-30. There must be one adult to every 10 childrdn but they need not be a trained person, although some local authorities insist on playleaders being "suatably qualified". The P.S.P.A. will arrange leader courses for parents
P267 CEEFAX 267 Tue 22 Jul 21:10/00  3/3    SETTINGUPYOURPLAYG NP In organishng the group it must be decided how much time each adult should devotf - whether to hire a trained playleader and how much should be charged. If you feel that you would like to become a leader you must remember that you are in "loco parentis", and are in charge of the safety and health of the children. more following in a moment......
P267 CEEFAX 267 Tue 22 Jul 21:00/40  1/3    G1 ki( V k CP 5- Kc T RH If you and other pardnts wish to set up a playgroup, contact the P D SCHOOL PLAYG OUPSASSOCIATION It will tfll you how to organise and put pou in touch with its local rdprfsentative who can help 8ou rdt up. Thfrd ard cert—hn things that 9Fu will need beford you can start. 1 A meeting place - this can be anything from a church hall, or a large room in someone's house, it all depends on the size of the group. 2 Playleaders - either voluntfers or paid.
P267 CEEFAX 267 Tue 22 Jul 21:12/10  2/3    SETTINGUPYOURPLAYG NP 3 Permission from the social services department 4 Toys m which can be donatfd, or bought, or borrowed from the local authority. Playgroups can catfr for any number of childrfn, the majority of groups have between 20-30. There must be one adult to every 10 children but they need not be a trained person, although some local authorities insist on playleaders being "suitably qualified". The P.S.P.A. will arrange leader courses for parents.
P267 CEEFAX 267 Tue 22 Jul 21:00/52  1/3    SETTINGUPYOURPLAYG NP If you and other parents wish to set up a playgroup, contact the PRE-SCHOOL PLAYGROUPS ASSOCIATION. It will tell you how to organise and put you in touch with its local representative who can help you set up. There are certain things that you will need beforf you can start. 1 A meeting place - this can be anything from a church hall, or a large room in someone's house, it all depends on the size of the group. 2 Playleaders - either volunteers or paid.