* Join Suzanna Law in a discussion about adventure play, watch the award-winning film “The Land” and enjoy a workshop about the benefits of risk-taking in child-led play.
* Discuss ways to foster healthy risk-taking in child-led play
* Learn ways to support independence and experimentation in child-led play.
|WORKSHOP WITH SUZANNA LAW|
Children have a biological, psychological and social need to play! Using case studies and stories from all over the world, this workshop will include discussions on adventure play, risk and challenge, and how the societal need to over-schedule and over-protect may have a detrimental effect on the lives of our children. Join us as we explore the amazing benefits of child-directed play, and learn about ways to support independence, experimentation and risk-taking in child-led play.
As well as being given expert answers to your questions about play, participants will be shown the renowned short documentary The Land (Play Free Movie) about the famous Welsh adventure playground.
Note: This event is suitable for parents and educators of children of all ages.
Suzanna Law graduated with a First-Class Honours Bachelors Degree in Playwork, her second degree after a Bachelors in Chemistry. With over 8 years of experience in in the field, she is currently working towards her PhD in Playwork at Leeds Beckett University under Professor Fraser Brown, the world’s first Professor of Playwork. Suzanna is the co-founder Pop-Up Adventure Play, a UK-based charity, to aid in the dissemination of the playwork approach around the world. At Pop-Up Adventure Play, she leads on project coordination and online communications, and has just completed a successful cross-country Canadian adventure, the 4th Pop-Up Adventure Play multi-location tour.
The event will be hosted on Friday, 8 June 2018, from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM at Hall 2 UOB Ability Hub, Enabling Village (20 Lengkok Bahru, Singapore 159053).
The price per person is $5 (Singapore Dollars).
To secure your spot, please RSVP on Facebook and obtain your ticket here.
Please note that this is an adult only event, but please contact us if you have a small baby and don’t have caregiving arrangements in place.
*A project supported by the LearnSG Seed Fund. Every Day, a Learning Day.*