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Ruth Moyler - creator of Interplaylands

Ruth Moyler is a very creative and experienced Early Years teacher, who taught in Southwark schools working in leadership roles, for over 25 years.


Playful approaches to learning and the development of oracy and imaginative writing, have always been integral to her work across the whole Primary age range.


Ruth continues to run courses as part of the Linden Learning Early Years consortium, also working directly with schools as a ‘Courageous Creativity' Consultant.


NEW : From April 2024, Ruth will also be offering 1:1 therapeutic play sessions for neurodiverse children through the mutual making of bespoke Interplaylands.


Courageous Creativity Courses currently offered are:
1. Playfully engaging young children with learning after deprivation and trauma.
2. Playful and multi-sensory approaches to access Phonics with very young children
3. The power of singing to support the inclusion of neuro-diverse children in an Early Years setting.
4. Critical thinking arising from complex play, develops the imagination ! Extending powerful EYFS practice KS1 & 2.

(See Testimonials)


All courses are presented as part lecture, part hands-on workshop experience. All courses contain Ruth’s original writing, research and planning which will be made available to delegates. 


'Interplaylands’ and the ‘Green Studios’ recycling initiative are integral to this work.


Contact Ruth directly at

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Having developed Interplaylands within the classroom and with years of teaching experience, Ruth Moyler, is now available as a speaker and facilitator of  

'Courageous Creativity'



These workshops were developed as a creative educational response to the needs of children returning to the classroom in the aftermath of the pandemic. They are now proving to be an exciting imaginative tool for children to use in class, to develop their oracy skills which then also greatly enhances their writing!

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“For reluctant writers, the use of Interplaylands is proving a supportive resource, giving those  children the confidence to be creative first verbally and then in written form. For children  who have trauma or attachment issues, Interplayland is a tool to talk and using the mini mes  is proving successful for them too. ”

Bolney Primary School

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