Leopard Skin Wellies, a Top Hat and a Vacuum Cleaner Hose…
Awduron: Stuart Lester a Wendy Russell
Dyddiad: Mai 2013
This study explores how local authorities responded to the first part of the Play Sufficiency Duty to assess whether their area provides enough play opportunities for children.
It draws on data from 20 local authority Play Sufficiency Assessments, associated documentation and interviews. The report concludes with four recommended ‘key conditions’ that would support local authorities in maintaining the momentum generated by the Play Sufficiency Assessment process.
These key conditions are:
- Maintaining dialogue
- Fostering an ongoing community of learning and practice
- Acknowledging children’s competence and adult responsibility for collective wisdom.