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National Play Strategy: Review of Inclusive Play in Scotland

A Review of Inclusive Play in Scotland was identified as a high priority within the National Play Strategy Action Plan (2013), recognising that all children in Scotland have the right to play. The Plan particularly mentions the play rights of disabled children and young people and those from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Please take part in this important review by completing our SURVEY and encourage others - adults, children and young people - to do so.


This survey hopes to find out about:

  • the existing barriers to inclusive play in Scotland
  • the aspirations about inclusive play
  • approaches, tools, practice and strategies that work well in ensuring play experiences and opportunities are inclusive


The adults survey can be found at

The survey for children and young people can be found at


The closing date for the SURVEY is Wednesday 27 August 2014


In this review information will be gathered in four ways: using existing information, an online survey, interviews and conversations, and three consultation events. Please become involved and share your experiences, information and views.


For further information, please contact: Theresa Casey and Anne-Marie Mackin



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