Our podcast explores how parents can and do use games to build better relationships with their kids. It discusses with both parents themselves and relevant partners and platforms how we can all be Playing and Parenting Well for Life.
EP 19 - Malcom Hamilton, Creative Director at Play Disrupt and Mufti Games
We welcome Malcolm Hamilton, who discusses how play can disrupt normative thinking and start inclusive conversations, explaining how his organisation uses Play to disrupt and engage.
EP 18 - Rachel Evans, unschooling parent and advocate from Connect and Respect
Rachel Evans is our guest this week, as she joins us to speak about Self-Directed Education, or Unschooling, and why education needs overhauling, particularly for children with certain challenges
EP 17 - Stacey Cann, an award winning entrepreneur, who recently founded Parenting In Mind
We are thrilled to speak with Stacey Cann, who creates fantastic parent-courses to teach them how to manage the realities of mental health as a new parent, having helped over 7000 families!
EP 16 - Rachel Vecht, Founder and Director of Educating Matters
Our guest this week, Rachel Vecht, draws from her own experiences as a teacher and as a parent to pioneer great, evidence-based parenting for workplaces.
EP 15 - A.L. Tayler, author of renowned children's books series 'Smokey'
Overcoming dyslexia, undiagnosed until adulthood, A.L.Tayler uses her own delightful animals to create engaging children's book with strong messages about support and perseverance.
EP 14 - Declan Cassidy, CEO of Into Games, a non-profit that supports people in finding rewarding careers in the games industry
This week we welcome Declan Cassidy, CEO of Into Games, who aims to provide a common ground and language between young people, the games industry and education, on a mission to expand the diversity of gaming.