Continuing the observations and reflections on play and playwork practice from the summer just gone.
Parachuting playworkers and parents
There are many, many ways for a parachute to benefit the play. 1,750 more words
Summer has come and gone, and it has been one of first looking forward to all of the different things that might happen, in all of the different places, then jumping right in: play support at various festivals, playworking in the villages, a regular stint based at a youth centre in a local town community, being at home with the play, some sessions of play support for children who had re-located countries. 1,220 more words
There are five gardens whose boundaries are also the boundaries, variously, of one another’s gardens: Garden A meets with Gardens B and E; Garden B meets Gardens A and C and E; Garden C meets Gardens B and D and E; Garden D meets Gardens C and E, and Garden E meets all the others. 1,146 more words
This year marks a decade since I got into playwork. A DECADE, goodness. There are probably more thoughts on that coming soon. Mostly though, I count myself fortunate to have wandered into the most marvelous community of people – curious, passionate, ingenious, dedicated (and yes, a little mad too sometimes, but we wouldn’t have it any other way). 299 more words