Colleagues, community and commons – our vital triumverate

In this critique of Voce and Sturrock's A Situated Ethos of Playwork,¬†Simon Rix suggests that community should be integral to playwork practice, and the central focus of the field's fightback. Thanks are due to Gordon Sturrock and and Adrian Voce for their recent paper, A Situated Ethos of Playwork. It rightly acknowledges that the internal … Continue reading Colleagues, community and commons – our vital triumverate

A situated ethos of playwork

Turning the playwork story into a narrative for change. In this new collaboration,¬†Adrian Voce and Gordon Sturrock cast their collective eye over the recent history of playwork in the UK to draw out some lessons for the field on how it might regroup and take a leading role in making the case for a comprehensive … Continue reading A situated ethos of playwork