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August 7, 2019

A: Continuing on from where we left off,.

F: The details of the games?

A: Yes! I have added a list of games to the website.  This is not a definitive list but will be a good place to start.  More games will be added in the passing of time.

F: Thank you! 

Going back to...

July 23, 2019

F: So! Given the claim that everybody ‘has rhythm’ and it is ‘another day’, where do we go from here.

A: As touched upon in the previous dialogue an initial answer to these questions can be found through using games! Not just any games, but physical games based on a rhy...

June 25, 2019

F:  Have we finally reached the stage of talking about specific games?

A:  Well, yes and no! As previously discussed we are aiming to develop physically

literate beings who can understand and respond to any element that is placed in the

way!  I think that at this point it...

May 8, 2019

F:    So, what are these games that are going to have this magical effect upon children & young people?

A:   Excellent question!  But have patience. Everything will be revealed in good time.

Meanwhile - as they say!

Before we look at specific games and tie...

May 2, 2019

F:         Previously we were discussing how this physical curriculum seeks to provide a dynamic, alternative kinaesthetic approach to physical learning, so how does this seemingly mystical process manifest itself through the playing of games?...

April 8, 2019

The following musings are in the form of dialogues which, for me, allows a much broader and deeper discussion, as the intention is not so much to instruct, but rather to elicit and encourage further debate around the structural and developmental fundamentals of the Cir...

December 27, 2018

Albert & Friend

Thinking beyond the box! 

We are fortunate to live at a time when the ‘Circus Arts’ are possibly in the healthiest state they have ever been since the term ‘circus’ was first used to describe the amphitheater Phillip Astley built behind what is now St Joh...

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