By Jess Graff We are excited to be welcoming Jess to write on our blog about her first-ever pop-up adventure playground, hosted at her place of work. She is one of our Playworker Development Course students, using the skills from our course to complement the work she...
By Morgan Have you heard that there’s a new adventure playground opening in the US – in fact, right in NYC? We are so excited about this project, which is led by a group of extraordinarily dedicated individuals known as play:ground. They’ve been hosting pop-up...
By Zan Our 2015 was a big Pop-Up year. Even before the year draws to a close, the action doesn’t stop! I am sitting at my desk having just recovered from a 36-hour power outage as a result of local floods. That alone seems to set the tone for our year of...
By Morgan This post took a few days to write – partly because we’re officially on tour now (next stop, Costa Rica!) and partly because our last stop was a little overwhelming. Suzanna and I spent 6 hours in a rental car afterwards, discussing detail and...
By Zan To kick start our World Tour, we invited our Board of Directors to meet us in Manchester where we officially had our first stop! It was pretty low key, but it was great to tell our board members about our progress over the past year. Moreover, to hear the...
By Morgan As you know, we’re super excited about the Playworker Development Course, which we’ve been running for 2 years now, with 82 students from 12 countries. In March, we were shortlisted for the Playwork Training Provider Award at the UK National...
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 Zan Morgan and I been home from Australia for exactly 2 weeks now, and life went back to normal a little bit to quickly. I found myself day dreaming about being warm, and imagining what it’s like if it could be sunny in the UK all the time. People would want...
By Morgan It’s time to say so long to another year – and what a year it had been! Thank you, everyone, for your help in making new adventures possible for children all around the world, whether you lead a pop-up adventure playground, helped fund our tour,...
By Morgan Anyone who’s spent much time playing with children has had practice believing two seemingly-contradictory things simultaneously. This is a stick, but also a sword for killing zombies. This is a striped grey rock, but it’s also a prized treasure....
By ZanWe can’t quite believe it, but the Playworker Development Course has been going for over a year! Our course aims to provide tools to play advocates, and gives a chance to use the playwork approach. Since the start of the course, we have worked with...
By Morgan If you’re a regular reader here, you’ve been hearing quite a bit about our recent US tour (blogposts here and here). It was an amazing way for us to meet many of the people we’ve been corresponding with for years – independent...
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