Planning for Play
Play Scotland, Save the Children and the Beano are delighted to launch the Play Well Outdoors pack, which is jam-packed with ideas to help you Get into Summer. The pack is designed for primary school children, but activities can easily be changed to suit younger or older children too.
This Advisory Note outlines the importance of play and provides principles and guidance to encourage built environment professionals to integrate opportunities for play throughout the built environment. It is intended to complement the forthcoming NSW Design and Place State Environmental Planning Policy, other place-based design guidance, and to align with international convention commitments and goals endorsed by the Australian Government1, 2.
Jill Rice, is the Executive Officer of Play Aotearoa, the New Zealand branch of IPA World. In her Design and Future Trends presentation, Jill discussed how designs always need to respond thoughtfully to the unique attributes of a space
Office of the Children's Guardian NSW Government 2021
Empowerment and participation:
A guide for organisations working with children and young people
This guide is designed to assist adults to empower and involve children and young people in their organisation, in line with the Child Safe Standards. It contains advice, tools and tips.
A Guide to Establishing a Children and Young People’s Advisory Group
ACYP regularly provides advice to organisations on how to meaningfully and effectively involve children and young people in their decision making processes. This guide has been developed to highlight the value and benefits of embedding children and young people’s voices and outlines how to successfully establish a children and young people’s advisory group.
Monash University and VicHealth 2021
Kids Co-designing Healthy Places is a Monash University project supported by VicHealth. The project supports councils and schools to engage with kids to co-design healthier places. It focuses on the things in our neighbourhoods that impact healthy eating and being active.