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Meet us at The Education Show 2014!

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Education Show

This year The Education Show at Birmingham NEC, 20th-22nd March, promises to be a richer event than ever before, packed with CPD’s, networking opportunities and a chance to meet a wide variety of suppliers and service providers.

With keynote speakers such as Brian Cox, who will undoubtedly bring the enthusiasm we have come to love from his TV shows such as ‘Wonders of The Universe’, the event is all about inspiring us all to face the new year and new challenges.

The team at Inclusive Play are delighted to be attending a show with such a reputable keynote speaker who, has made learning and science so much more accessible, which really strikes a chord with us.

We will be showcasing our new Music Box and why music is such an important part of child development. Our partners from Playnetic will also be there to showcase our new interactive products which brings electronic play, learning and fun together.

Don’t miss out on this fantastic event, sign up now online or contact us at info@inclusiveplay.com for more information.

 

We’re proud supporters of Music for Autism!

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Music for Autism

Inclusive Play launch their brand new Music Box series this month which brings the valuable experience of music and sound straight to your local play area! The Music Box is designed with a table top height perfect for wheelchair users and also for children and adults to stand at. The braille lettering helps to engage more children as well as the colourful style of the Music Box range.

Bringing music into play areas really was inspired through the charity Music for Autism who bring music and joy to children with autism.

John Lubbock, co founder, and selected musicians from his world class Orchestra of St John’s, an internationally renowned ensemble have played at the Royal Albert Hall, the Berlin Philharmonic and the Carnegie Hall in New York, and stages about 30 performances each year for the paying public. But alongside this it spends 40 days a year at schools, playing to children who have autism. Over 11 years the OSJ has performed for more than 35,000 autistic children. In the UK there are 106,000 school children with autism, according to the National Autistic Society, including 61,570 in the state system.

We are delighted to support such a valuable project. John Lubbock says of Inclusive Play:

‘What you  are doing is wonderful – parents need companies like you to recognise the wide needs of our children’

Music Box featuring: glockenspiel, xylophone, bongos and drums