Socially speaking, the playground is a micro society within the school where students of different ages, in different years and with different profiles put their ability to interact with their peers to the test in a place where they can use their negotiation and conflict management skills.
Physically speaking, when it comes to the morphology of the playground, this can be changed by creating corners or assigning spaces for other activities, and by improving accessibility for students who require it, taking each pupil and the diverse needs and interests of all into consideration. And 525 hours is plenty of time to do a lot...
To help you to make your school more inclusive, this graph explains the social and physical dimensions of playtime.
From now on, playtime at your school will be more inclusive!