By ZanAfter reflecting for a couple of day, I am ready to tell you about my adventures at this year’s National Playwork Conference. Hosted by Meynell Games Group, this is the biggest annual playwork focused conference in the UK. Every year, hundreds of...
By ZanA couple of years ago, I declared to Morgan that we would go on a tour of the USA. I’m not sure that she took me seriously. I’m not even sure I took myself seriously. But around 6 months later, we were sat in a tiny yellow car in snowy Massachusetts...
Have you been wanting to learn more about playwork? Are you curious about what goes into the management and delivery of a truly adventurous playspace?It’s nearly the second anniversary of our Playworker Development Course, an online opportunity for everyone...
By ZanJust a quick note from the West Coast of the USA. We’ve passed through 4 time zones with 3 playworkers in the car, with 2 main drivers of 1 little yellow car: the Pop-Up Adventure Play and Special Guests Tour is going strong!This is a photo from one of our...
By ZanIt’s been a great year at Pop-Up Adventure Play. We just wanted to take a few moments to reflect on the year, and to look back on where we were last year to fully appreciate what we have achieved in the last 12 months.This year as a team, we have...
By AnnaThese days, when I see a cardboard box, no matter how flattened it is, squashed between fifteen other boxes in a garbage bin covered in dirty snow, I see potential. When we afford children the freedom to do whatever they choose with ordinary open-ended...
By ZanAt the end of every year, the holiday festivities always gives us a moment to look back on the last 12 months and reflect. For Pop-Up Adventure Play, this really has been some year!In the US: We did training in Largo, Florida which amounted to a city-wide...
By MorganAnother Pop-Up Play Shop flowered recently, in Paignton, Devon. Play Torbay had invited us down to be a part of Children’s Week – an annual celebration of and for children, that has been going for 60 years!Most of Children’s Week happens...
by Team Pop-Up Adventure PlayWe’re very pleased to announce that this is the beginning of the Pop-Up Adventure Play blog. It will be updated regularly with news, information and details of our adventures, and yours. A big hello to all of you, and welcome to our...
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