Engaging Children In Design – Loose Parts used in school grounds design projects

“Felicity really helped us all to understand the practical implications of the decisions we were making through a hands-on and engaging process.” – Deputy Head Loose parts can be used very effectively to engage children and staff in school grounds design projects, both as a problem-solving tool and as a way to find out the key … Read more

Liss – Den building, fund raising and and parental engagement

“Felicity combines all the creative skills and innovation of a landscape architect with a really deep and instinctive understanding of how children interact physically, intellectually, emotionally and spiritually with the natural world.” What went well I personally appreciated the time and attention which Felicity invested at the start in observing and talking to the children … Read more

Shelters – Where, what type, how big, how do we want to use them?

“Felicity worked very effectively with the children and staff to develop a solution that we are now enjoying using.” – Playworker Background Many schools find that they need to make physical changes to their grounds, frequently adding shelters. After a while some schools find that the chosen structure is not always appropriate or in the right … Read more