Playgroups in Practice: Self-help and Public Policy
Playgroups play an important part in the lives of many people and communities. At any one time they provide a service for more than half a million young children and their parents. This book examines this family service, looking at the quality of playgroups, who uses them and why, playgroup workers and the funding of this vital resource. It is a sequel to Playgroups in a Changing World (HMSO, 1990, ISBN 0 11 321303 4).
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The development of playgroups and the playgroup
St Hildas Playgroup
Gatsby Village Playgroup
Church Hall Playgroup
Holly Park Playgroup
The Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale
How should quality in playgroups be measured?
Who becomes a playgroup leader?
Current staff recruitment policies
the inner city area
An environment of poverty