The Wyke community and children’s centre is an organization that is a primary child-care facility for working parents and caregivers of infants and children who are below the school-going age. It also organizes out of school clubs for school going children. Although functioning from 1995, the Wyke community centre became Wyke Sure Start Children’s Centre and formally associated with government’s programme called ‘Every Child Matters’ (ECM). Finally, in 2009 it came to be known as the Wyke community and children’s centre. The Wyke community and children’s centre aims to create an environment for children so they remain interested in the activities they are performing and this philosophy of the organization is borrowed from the playwork principles. The playwork principles are based in holistic play opportunities that contribute to a child’s comprehensive development (Williams, 2010). Based on her study on 6 out-of-school club owners Williams (2010) opposes the idea of integrating after school clubs with the planned objectives of ‘Early Year Foundation Stage’, for it is restrictive and detrimental for the wholesome development of children. Therefore, Wyke Community and Children’s Centre proposes a stimulating environment that provides the children the freedom to decide what they wish to do with their time in the club. It also allows children to become responsible for themselves, for their belongings as well as understand their actions and the outcome of their actions.