The evidence is that play in nature can enhance creativity, bolster mood, lower stress, foster social skills, improve mental acuity, well-being and productivity. Why don’t our schools do more?
Never has there been a more vital time to discuss and debate how we can improve education for our young people. A must-attend seminar for parents and educators.
This is a free public event.
|Keynote speaker: Prof. Pasi Sahlberg|
Professor of Educational Policy, Deputy Director, Gonski Institute for Education, UNSW and author of Let the Children Play: How More Play Will Save Our Schools and Help Children Thrive
|Special guest: Prof. Tonia Gray PhD|
Senior Researcher, Centre for Educational Research, Western Sydney University. International Researcher in Nature Based Education, Children in Nature, Wellbeing and Resilience
|Master of ceremonies: Lucy Clark|
The Guardian’s Associate Editor and author of Beautiful Failures
Thursday 5 March 2020
Event enquiries call:
+61 2 9417 3193
The Concourse Theatre
409 Victoria Ave, Chatswood