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Play Australia Executive Director, Barb Champion, is interviewed with Dr Helen Little, discussing the importance of risky play for children's healthy development.
Click here for the online article.
A CONNECTING TO COUNTRY PRACTICE
© Nurture in Nature Australia 2012 - Present
THE PRACTICE . . .
Leaf Meditation is a wonderful practice for us all to experience, each time you go onto
Country. It helps you to be present, connect deeply with the space, and notice the stories of
this Country that your leaf has to share with you.
Play Australia is now two years into our five-year game plan to build a healthier Australia through play.
Importantly, we continue to be a proud Member organisation and our Annual Member Survey is our key mechanism to engage with you and reflect on how well we’re servicing needs, to inform future focus.
We thank our Members who participated in the survey, we had 73 responses this year, including a range of organisations from all across Australia.
Sport NZ has published a study into the impact of the COVID-19 which shows the pandemic has severely affected participation in physical activity across Aotearoa New Zealand.
Sport NZ, together with academics from Victoria University of Wellington, conducted the study following a series of surveys of between 2,500- 4,500 adults (18 years and older) between April 2020 and April 2021.
Read key findings here.
Join ECO Learning Network for a free tour of this unique outdoor program at Woodleigh School Penbank Campus.
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Note: In the event of extreme weather gatherings will be cancelled.
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