Scrapstore PlayPod is a source of pleasure at Moorlands Federation School
Scrap has been turned into fun for children at Moorlands Federation School.
The school is one of 100 across the country to install a Scrapstore PlayPod, a purpose built, walk-in structure containing a collection of materials and objects for play that businesses throw away.
Items can include anything from giant flexible tubes, crates and netting to unwanted phones, keyboards, packaging and workwear.
The school has also been given playwork training and mentoring for lunchtime staff.
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Scrapstore chief executive officer Jeff Hill said: "We have had extremely positive responses from head teachers regarding the impact the Scrapstore PlayPod has had on the school environment, creating happier children and staff, and happier lunchtimes.
"At the end of the day it saves time and money but most importantly it helps children to be happy at school.
"There's no end to the things children dream up to do with the things many businesses throw away and by donating to Scrapstore, businesses can save money, reduce landfill and play a vital role in improving the lives of our children."
Businesses are urged to donate unwanted resources to the project, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0117 908 2091.