By Alexander KhostPop-Ups friend Alexander Khost is a parent, educator, painter, and web developer living in Brooklyn, NY with his two children, James and Oliver and his partner, Amanda. Alex has been active in mutual respect, child-led learning environments in...
By MorganAnyone 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 MorganWe used to hear a child screaming and grin at each other, knowing they were headed our way. When they arrived the child would be clawing at the straps in their pushchair, desperate to run around. The mother would drop her bag and head for the sofa, equally...
By ZanPop-Up Adventure Play has recently created its very own Playworker Development Course. It’s a course where student playworkers have the space to nurture their instincts for playwork, and learn more about the theory behind the practice. We encourage...
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...
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