Listen, observe, create

Our game design projects are led by our experienced facilitators to enable the group to express themselves and communicate truths about their lives.

Facilitators use their experience of inner city youth and playwork to create a safe space to share ideas and encourage participants to engage in a range of creative fun ways.

A project to create an educational resource needs at least 6 contact sessions (min 1 hour) with the design group.

Games as Social Educational Tools

Super Kids project designed to consult with young people in care about the issues that affect them. The project created a game that communicates how it really feels to grow up in care today and includes the rights and entitlements of young people in care.

Our main aim is to communicate people’s views and give them a voice. Adhering to a brief from our partners we incorporate the groups’ creative design ideas into new board games. By learning through play, young people and adults are able to produce interactive games that are fun, imaginative and exciting to play. The games are used by our partners as innovative social education tools.

Bullying

Dodge That Bully: a game to help others deal with the issue of bullying from a young person’s perspective.

Knife crime

Drop a Knife, Save a Life: consultation and designed board game about how young people see knife crime and what they think can be done about it.

Arsenal

The Good The Bad and The Ugly, a game designed by young people to find out how they would make best use of the new Arsenal football stadium public spaces.

Budget

A slice of the Cake, a game designed to enable young people understand the dilemmas and decisions involved in planning a budget.
£50
Drop a knife, save a life

 

A game designed by young people in Islington to encourage young people to think about the consequences to them and others if they carry a knife.

This game is available for purchase at £50.
Or you can book a training workshop for staff and young people with a game included:  £150. Payment by invoice. Please contact us for more details.

£50
Care
care

A game designed by young people in care and care leavers in Wandsworth about how it really feels to grow up in care.

This game is available for purchase at £50.
Or you can book a training workshop for staff and young people with a game included:  £150. Payment by invoice. Please contact us for more details.