WHAT’S HAPPENED TO SPORT?

Elitism, commercialisation and adult-driven concepts are interfering with the integrity of our kids childhoods, dreams, and untapped potential.

IMAGINE A WORLD…from the outside looking in without context, may appear messy and chaotic. It’s a space owned by the children, driven by the children. An exploratory space where trial and error is encouraged. Where you, as the adult don’t have the answers, the kids do. You don’t need to worry about or ask for compliance as the environment creates a deep engagement. The kids leave the session having felt like they ‘played,’ not ‘trained’… Read more


Because of the nature of humanity in all its complexity, dynamics, varying contexts and individuality…

We recognise there is no ‘one best way’ in youth development but rather we need to shift towards a more modern approach to learning that engages the youth of today.

GAME PLAY LEARN aims to bring back the power of play to the childhood experience.

DO YOU FACILITATE A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT?

 

“How does the latest research on Human Development apply in a practical learning environment?”

 We look to provide a practical resource for Facilitators  to apply The  GAME PLAY LEARN Approach, it’s principles and values, in a learning context. We challenge traditional methods and are open to the learning journey, it’s complexities, emergence and evolution.

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The GAME PLAY LEARN Approach

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a diverse development journey through Multi-Game Design.

We also design games from a

Constraints-Led Approach

and encourage

EMERGING, EXPLORATORY DYNAMICS

Changing the sporting landscape one adult at a time

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