The Importance of a WA Play Charter, and How You Can Make a Difference.
We talk about children’s health, cognitive development, social and emotional intelligence, and wellbeing through the prism of education, the health system, sport, and even economics. But when we leave play out of the discussion we miss a huge portion of the experience of childhood, and we are poorer for that.
But it doesn’t have to be like this. Play can get a seat at the grown up table. It can be seen and heard. And it can be a key driver in the wellbeing of generations of WA children.