Weavers Adventure Playground aims to provide a welcoming safe friendly environment for all 5-16 year olds, where children come first.We aim to provide a range of play opportunities to suit each child’s individual need.
Playworker work to the play principles and facilitate various play types. Where children lead their own play; where they are activity encouraged to be involved in making choices on how they would like the Playgroundaddition they are options to attend discussion groups or join and children’s committee that has a small budget.
We intend to open 7 days a week.
We intend to open 7 days a week. We aim to be all inclusive and meet the developmental needs of all the children in the age range.
We intend to support inclusion by meeting specific requirements of each individual child to enable them to build on their talents, interests and abilities, and extend their experiences appropriately.
Our staff are committed to building professional supportive and interactive relationships with children/young people in order to enable play to happen and provide support if needed.
Children under 8 are very welcomed, if accompanied by parent/carer at all times.
The playground is open access which means that children and young people may come and go when they wish.
Children and young people are supervised whilst on the playground by trained Playworkers and Volunteers who are all policed checked and regularly check the site for health and safety.
The playground is managed by a voluntary committee who live locally and several have been involved from the earliest days.
The committee attend monthly meetings to discuss and plan how the playground should run.
There are many ways in which people can be involved with helping the playground.Weavers Adventure Playground caters for the diverse multicultural society that surrounds the area and we work actively towards an equal opportunity policy and encourage integration and welcome all.
All children and young people and their families are welcome. Children under 8 years of age are welcome but must be accompanied by their parent/carer.