The loose parts that can be provided at school involve stones, pallets, wood, balls, buckets, tyres, logs, ropes, boxes, shells, sand, fabric, twigs etc. There are many rationales for provision of loose parts in the play spaces and these rationales involve the flexibility that children can enjoy while playing with loose parts which encourages creativity among children. Loose parts are very effective in encouraging open ended learning among children. Loose parts are perceived to create more skills as compared to fancy toys and children also prefer to choose loose parts rather than playing with fancy toys. So the theory of loose parts supports the argument that loose parts can be effectively used to enhance the learning skills among children and this is the reason that loose parts are provided by the school management at play spaces all over the world.
Basically the Centre was established in the year 1982 but it was redesigned and its scope was increased to provide services that can best meet the needs of Children living in the locality. Delivery of both the services of a community centre and a children centre have remained successful on the part of Wyke’s as it provided a very remarkable and hostility example of profound services. The services offered by the centre involves, pre-birth services, ante-natal programs, baby and toddler groups and preschools for the children ranging from the age of 2 years to 5 years. In addition to this facilities are also provided for the teenagers’ parents to help them upbringing their children effectively. Elderly day care facilities for old aged people of 60 years above age are also provided by the Wyle’s Centre and this entire make the centre a well reputed one that is contributing effectively towards the welfare of society in Wyke.