So how did you play during the COVID lockdowns? Was it totally online? Did you get out at all? What did you do? Well the Play Observatory would love to hear about your experiences. It’s a project researching children’s play during Covid-19 and beyond and want as many people as possible to contribute from any part of the world.
Regardless of what you did or how boring or exciting you thought the play was, they really want to hear and want as many young people as possible to take part (with parental/guardian permission) as well as adults personal experiences.
There are 2 easy steps.
Consent to take part and a few details about yourself or organisation. Depending on whether you are over or under 18 choose the relevant option.
Start taking part and describe the play examples you want tell them about. You can even send in examples (files, photos, videos, etc).
It’s a big project by the UCL Insitute of the Education, The Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) at UCL, The University of Sheffield in partnership with the British Library, Great Ormond Street Hospital and the V&A Museum of Childhood.
Want to know more? Peeps explains it all.