playleader

playleader

(ˈpleɪˌliːdə)
n
a person who leads or assists with organized children's play
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Donnamaria McCartney, 11 - one of the youngsters from Cranhill's Beacon playcentre - said: "When our playleader told us we were going to build bogeys everybody went 'Yuk
Playleader Jean Tolley said: "The children are delighted that all their hard work has been recognised.
As playleader there, in the period 1973 to 1984, I know the importance of youth facilities for young people in Liverpool.
Harrison, a playleader said: "It''s great because you get to play sports everyday and help others with new skills.
The year five pupils wearing smart playleader coats are on hand at lunch and playtimes to ensure everyone enjoys the break from lessons.
Wendy, the playleader, is qualified and my daughter loves coming here.
SUNNY SMILES: Playleader, Gill Andrews (back left) and playworker, Lucy Whitehead (back, right) with some of the youngsters AC140909Acumb-02.
She had been working as a child-minder and a playleader, supporting her family on a limited income while her husband was building his business.
The Playleader scheme, organised by Regenesis and Warwick District Council, has been running for three years and has provided employment for 15 local people at other schools.
Playleaders for pre-school children are almost exclusively female, very often mums themselves, and often prone to describing themselves as "just a playleader" when asked what they do.
The 27-year-old is a playleader for Play Watch - a scheme caring for the children of working parents during school holidays - and says: "Playing outside is obviously a good way for children to build relationships with each other and form friendships.
Playleader Michelle Yates said the playgroup was also applying for other government funding to help finance the extra care.