As part of its new ‘resilience strategy’, the French capital has launched a programme to transform its state schoolyards into green, inclusive public spaces. Adrian Voce reports.
Paris will open up school grounds to the local...Read more
For the many children who have asthma, the typical schoolyard is not a friendly place. Most school gardens have pollen-producing male clonal shrubs, trees and many other plants that can provoke asthma attacks. Here, Peter...Read more
As discussed in part 1, children’s play is an instinctive and natural phenomenon. As such, it has vast, many-varied possible manifestations. Yet what does this actually mean?
From birth, a baby wants to interact: initially with...Read more