4 responses

  1. Jon Cree
    September 23, 2014

    This is such a well put piece Lily – don’t you just love watching the learning process unfold and children mastering problem solving when the compoundly flexible environemnt allows. You have put what Fraser-Brown and Hughes state eloquently in such an accessible way. thnaks for the doodles.

  2. Sage Forest
    September 25, 2014

    Great to read so much of it resonates with me. Adults so often crush the creativity of children with their own agenda. Often because we are curriculum driven we lose sight of the ‘letting it flow’ attitude. This is what I love about being involved in FS I love to watch the children thinking and doing. I love their delight when they realise they are “allowed” to take ideas and run with them in their own way. You are just so much more eloquent then me!

  3. ravitrellis
    October 28, 2014

    Hi, just wanted to mention, I enjoyed this blog post. It was helpful. Keep on posting!
    Schools in Hitech City

  4. julie west
    April 22, 2015

    I came onto your site looking for specific detail on FS training, but not having looked at your website for so long I have found myself happily wondering around reading and looking at all sorts – like visiting a great book shop where you want a piece of everything.

    Such creativity, such a span and depth of knowledge and such generousity in sharing all of this. I’ll be recommended your website and specifically this part on compound flexibility on my ‘resource list’ for the next cohort of Level 3 Playwork students.

    Great stuff, thanks

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