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Case studies

Read about the benefits of the Brick-by-Brick® programme from Play Included® Trainers and Facilitators from around the world.

Mellon Middle School, Pittsburgh USA

Mellon Middle School has a student body of 700 students aged 11 – 14 years old, the school aims to support students with their physical, emotional, intellectual, social and moral growth through a rich and varied curriculum.

Sensational Learning Centre at The Donaldson Trust, West Lothian

The Sensational Learning Centre at the Donaldson Trust is a grant-aided school in West Lothian, Scotland, and provides support to neurodivergent children and young people.

Social Mind Center, Florida USA

Using Brick Clubs to help support autistic children and young people’s social, emotional and cognitive skills development in Florida.

Drive School of Motivation, Billund Denmark

Piloting the Brick-by-Brick programme in Denmark: the birthplace of LEGO bricks

Learning Links, Australia

Learning Links share how they are bringing the Brick-by-Brick® programme to Australia to share the latest thinking in LEGO brick based therapy.

Belleville Primary School, UK

Suzi Telford is a primary school teacher in London. Brick Clubs were run in school with children aged 9-11 and Ukrainian refugees.

Highfield Ely Academy, UK

Highfield Ely Academy a special school in Cambridgeshire. Jo Ellingworth and Lauren Noé run eight Brick Clubs using Play Included’s LEGO brick based therapy.

Bee Heard, Kenya

Hear from Speech and Language Therapist, Lisa, share her experiences of delivering Brick Clubs in the Bee Heard therapy centre. Children were aged between 5 and 9.

A Team SEND Hub, UK

Laura Warren, Speech and Language therapist, set up a Brick Club in the A team hub with neurodivergent children aged 8-11.

The Play Therapies Centre, Northern Ireland

Sinead is a Senior Play Therapist and Clinical Director at The Play Therapies Centre, NI. Sinead has been running Brick Clubs within school settings and has had great outcomes for LEGO brick based therapy.

yNOTplay, Hong Kong

Play Therapists, Anna, Canace and Fiona share their experiences of using LEGO brick based therapy in Hong Kong.

Kinedu, Mexico

Ana Paola, Psychologist, piloted LEGO brick based therapy through the Brick-by-Brick programme in Mexico with children aged 5-8 years old.

Point View School, New Zealand

Andie Peries, Deputy Principal and SENCO, shares her experiences of running inclusive Brick Clubs within a mainstream primary school in Auckland.