Play is an integral part of the centre and this particular group, as they regard play and play space as the fundamental right of every child of this age and it also helps them grow personally and strengthen their body. The play involves a lot of interesting varieties like playing in the playground with a twenty foot fishing boat, tyres of vehicles ranging from a small bike to large trucks, construction sing timber and pallets, spades, rope, wheelbarrow, traffic cones, old chair and many more. These instruments test the limits of the children and the team observing them gets to know the individual capacity of the child and treat them accordingly (Espejo, 2013). All these interesting and real life materials help children to create memorable and learning experiences within themselves and also with their friends. They feel safe and secure and they are able to build their creative side of thinking with such plays and learn to become independent. They also learn what is not to be done as some actions may hurt them and this is an important learning as it equips them with the knowledge of both sides of the extreme actions in a play (Cline and Fay, 2006).
The majority of the children are in the centre because of their parents working and not able to look after them for the whole day. This is an opportunity for the centre to instil the playful attitude and spirit in the children and the centre is able to do it through their mission, objectives, strategy, and implementation of these action plans. They try and eliminate the idea of discrimination and practice that it is not existent in the centre at all. The ground rules of the centre are to have fun, enjoy the time when the children are playing with everyone, practicing speaking of truth, no use of inappropriate language, treat the children well, and work as a team and instil; the team building attitude in children which can help them in their future life. The centre realise that the parents that keep their children here are leaving their precious person of their family on someone’s responsibility and it is a sincere effort by all staff members of the centre to make the children happy, enjoy themselves, and develop a positive mental attitude with the activities that are designed for them.