Families playing and learning together.

Audience: Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and Key Stage 1 (KS1) practitioners, Teaching Assistants, SENCOs, Family Support Workers/Family Link Teachers and PE practitioners.

View real play in action:

How does it work?

real play offers groundbreaking training to support practitioners with a unique approach and fun strategies to encourage families to play, learn and be physically active together.

What makes real play unique?

Measured outcomes include improvements in:

  • children’s personal, social and emotional skills
  • parents’/carers’ engagement and confidence
  • family activity levels
  • children’s physical development

The impact of real play


Training: £245 plus VAT includes:

  • 1 day training for up to two members of staff.
  • Supporting real play resources including Interactive DVD, active Story Books, Physical Activity Board Game and Mini-Challenge Cards.


The resources to run a real play club for targeted families can be purchased before or after your training.

A real play club pack includes a Giant Physical Activity Board Game, Posters, DVD, Session Plans, A4 First FUNS pack (Story books and A4 Cards) and access to an online portal - £245 plus VAT.

  • 5 home packs – £250 plus VAT (£50 plus VAT per pack)
  • 10 home packs – £450 plus VAT (£45 plus VAT per pack)
  • 30 home packs – £1,125 plus VAT (£37.50 plus VAT per pack)


Contact us at info@createdevelopment.co.uk or on 020 8863 0304

Home pack

"We are seeing not only an increase in weekly exercise at home, but also greater social interaction between parents and children." Paul Naylor, Gaskell Community Primary School
"...as a result of real play it has became evident that the children's behaviour has improved in class and in PE." Horningsham Primary School, Wiltshire
"real play gave us a vehicle for bringing children and families together." Emily Kirk, Headteacher, Gaskell Community Primary School

Creating positive relationships with physical activity for life

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