Fair Play For Children
Promoting the Child's Right to Play since 1973 in the UK and Worldwide according to the Convention on the Rights of the Child
" Fair Play gives excellent support around Play-work issues offering leaflets and policy documents as well as up to date news and information. Ideal for any organisation offering play activities with children. "
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Bringing practioners together to share and expand their playwork skills and knowledge - through networking, publications (such as in child protection as already achieved), videos, web site material etc.

Fair Play for Children is a networking organisation. We encourage those working with children to share their experience, knowledge and skills. The following enables you to register your Skills with Fair Play so that we can publish on this site your details so that others can contact you to e.g. seek a visit for advice or help or ideas about aspects of children's play.

Tell Us About Yourself And How You Can Help!

  • By submitting your entry you are agreeing to allow the information you have provided to appear on this site.
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An Email Address Is Required, If You Wish To You Can Tell Us More About Yourself Below

Your primary areas of experience:

  • Play Training
  • Child Protection
  • Games
  • Arts
  • Crafts
  • Music
  • Pottery
  • Woodwork
  • Photography
  • Video Recording
  • Audio Recording
  • Drama
  • Adventure Play
  • Mobile Play
  • Pre-school Play
  • Out-of-School Clubs
  • Disability Issues
  • Inclusive Play
  • Equal Opportunities
  • Children's Rights
  • Environmental Play
  • Information Technolgy
  • Management
  • Health & Safety
  • Risk Assessment
  • First Aid
  • Working with Volunteers
  • Fund-raising
  • Lottery applications
  • Education and Play
  • Child Development
  • Behavioural Issues

Please describe your experience in more detail below:

Full Name

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