Playwork Theory (TUESDAY)

Every year at Conference it is important to have the opportunity to think more about the theory that underpins playwork practice. This track pitches sessions at different levels so that current theory is covered from the introductory through to the highly critical

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Risk (TUESDAY)

Tim Gill is curating this track in which participants will be able to hear from work leading experts like Dr Ellen Sandseter about the meanings and importance of risk, how children can engage with risk in settings and how playworkers and other adults can make balanced judgements about levels of intervention.

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Lobbying (TUESDAY)

As the political and financial worlds change we, the playwork sector, need to be positioning ourselves and our work in such a way that it is recognised, accepted and valued. To do so requires that we have methodologies for engaging with local, national and international elected officials, NGO’s and other organisations and forums.

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Playwork Theory (WEDNESDAY)

Every year at Conference it is important to have the opportunity to think more about the theory that underpins playwork practice. This track pitches sessions at different levels so that current theory is covered from the introductory through to the highly critical

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