Critics have given a positive verdict on Policy Press’s new publication, ‘Practice-based research in children’s play’. Published last month, it utilises new methodologies in researching children’s play.
The book is edited by Doctors Wendy Russell and...Read more
The world’s only professor of playwork, Fraser Brown of Leeds Beckett University, welcomed the launch of the new Playwork Foundation at a special event in London last week. Adrian Voce, who also spoke at the...Read more
The Playwork Foundation, the new membership body for playwork practitioners, is launching a membership scheme at an event in London next month.
The Playwork Foundation has announced a launch event to be held at Goldsmiths University of...Read more
In this second extract from his evaluation report of the Community Play Programme in Tower Hamlets, Tim Gill finds that, despite the absence of national play policy, the local play association was able to address the current public...Read more
How can advocates and practitioners support children’s play where there is no dedicated space for it, and the wider environment may seem hostile or unfriendly to them? In these edited extracts from his evaluation report,...Read more
A new book published by the Alliance for Childhood documents the steady rise of the free play movement in North America
Projects, initiatives and advocacy for children’s play is on the rise across the North American...Read more
Policy Press, the social policy specialist publisher based at the University of Bristol in England is to publish a new book of practice-based studies that utilise new methodologies in researching children’s play.
Edited by Doctors Wendy...Read more
In this interview, author of Policy for Play, Adrian Voce talks about his career in playwork and why campaigning for children’s right to play is so important. After many years as a playworker, campaigner and now...Read more