Advice Research and Training
Understanding children’s playful behaviour and ways to support it are essential in upholding children’s rights and developing child friendly communities. From organisational strategies to play-centred neighbourhood planning and playful practice; Ludicology support those interested in play to develop evidence-based interventions.
Knowledge transfer partnerships and organisational development
We provide strategic support for play-friendly organisations that are seeking to enhance the ways they work with and on behalf of playing children.
Play research and spatial planning and design
We design and facilitate research exploring the extent and quality of children’s opportunities for play. Actively involving children and adults, generating evidence to inform and evaluate projects.
Training and professional development
We offer a range of online and in-person professional development opportunities, informed by contemporary studies on childhood, play and playwork.