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Your mission, should you choose to accept it 🕵️♀️
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to find out how accessible and inclusive your local playground is. Take part in The Play Investigation to find out!
If you're not ready to take part right now, or are forgetful like me, you can request an email with a link to The Play Investigation, and instructions on how to complete it.
How does your local playground stack up?
The Play Investigation will show you whether your playground is great for disabled children, or whether it needs to be better. You’ll get your answers straight away.
We need lots of responses from all around the country. We'll use them to show you how accessible playgrounds across England and Wales are. And to call on the Government to commit to ensuring every local community has an inclusive playground.
Plus, you'll get an online community badge for completing it. What's not to like?
What does The Play Investigation involve?
The Play Investigation is fun and easy to take part in. So it's the perfect free summer activity that makes a difference.
🌳 Visit your local playground
📱 Answer a few questions about the playground
🔎 Find out how accessible it is for disabled children
📢 Use the results to create change
You can take part in The Play Investigation in as many playgrounds as you want near you. All you need is a phone or tablet that connects to the internet.
You’re welcome to do it with a child you care for, but The Play Investigation is open to anyone who wants to take part.
If you have any questions about it, please comment below, or email me at [email protected]
Deputy Chief Playground Investigator Tori
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