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Please find attached below the Parks and Leisure Australia Submission to Metropolitan Planning Strategy Discussion Paper.
Please find attached below the Dec 2012 edition of 'Play Notes' - The Organisational Newsletter for the IPA World Council.
The latest issue of Play and Folklore is now available for viewing via the Museum Victoria website. For your convenience, here is a link to issue 59:
Kidsafe NSW recognises the importance of gardening with children to build life skills, inspire creativity, grow and harvest food, role model safe practices and a respect for nature.
‘Grow me Safely’ was developed to provide information for educators, parents and carers to engage children in gardening activities.
The information provided is supported by injury data and statistics. Gardening with children is promoted in the National Quality Framework for Education and Care Services, and the NSW Primary Syllabus.
A range of fascinating, promising and emerging practice sessions at the conference will explain how playgroups are helping parents with a range of complex needs - with a mental illness, in a correctional facility, with post natal depression, and in lots of other ways. Register to attend the conference online now.
Play for Life was established in 2010 and is founded on the critical role of lifelong play. We aim to ensure that play is part of all Australians’ lives, regardless of age, location or circumstance. Based on Article 31 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Play for Life’s vision is to advance the right of all children and young people to access free play and to see play valued and conserved in their lives as they grow into adulthood.
We have two amazing events coming up!
"Connecting to Country, sharing the stories", presented by the Victorian Child and Nature Connection and Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne
Our next VCNC mini seminar is a once-in-a-lifetime line-up of speakers.
Join three acclaimed Australian artists on a journey to celebrate our connection to land, our past, our roots, our history and the synergies of cross-cultural meetings.
Wednesday 13 March 2013
Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne