The Play Safety Forum has produced Managing Risk in Play Provision to help strike a balance between the risks and the benefits of offering children challenging play opportunities.
An independent evaluation of the Get Involved in Play programme was carried out by NCVO and the Institute of Volunteering Research, including an analysis against the Theory of Change model for the programme and Output Targets of the Social Action Fund. You can read the summary report here: You can read the full report here:
The Risk-Benefit Assessment Form is an easy-to-use tool to support play providers to balance the benefits of an activity with any inherent risk, taking into account the risks while recognising the benefits to children and young people of challenging play experiences. It will be invaluable for all those who manage spaces and settings in which …
Play England has responded to the UK Government Periodic Report on UNCRC.
This case study was produced as part of Play England’s Exploring Nature Play project, which worked across three adventure playgrounds in London, North Tyneside and Torbay, as well as with schools and environmental organisations, to explore different ways of increasing children’s understanding of nature through play.
There is a huge treasure trove of nature play ideas and things to do and discover on the internet, but sometimes they can be hard to find.
DATE: September 2013 Making and building with natural materials at Fort Apache Adventure Playground, Torbay.
DATE: September 2013 Making and building at Shiremoor Adventure Playground, North Tyneside.
Learning about the lifecycle of earth’s creatures at Shiremoor Adventure Playground, North Tyneside
Cooking and communities at Fort Apache Adventure Playground, Torbay.