Every child has the right to play

BAPP is a local voluntary organisation and Registered Charity. We promote and facilitate opportunities for children and young people to play and participate in positive activities. BAPP recognises and promotes the importance of self-directed play in relation to child development and the rights of children and young people.

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Calendar of events

Latest news

06 June 2014

BAPP Trustees – could this be YOU?

Do you want to get involved in a small friendly team of like minded professionals, supporting and enabling a thriving voluntary organisation to deliver high quality services to children and families in the Bath area? We have a strong and … Continue reading

05 May 2014

Take 5 for Play training course

BAPP will be hosting a Take 5 for Play training course for people working or volunteering with children in a play setting. The practical and fun course covers a whole range of topics including the Playwork Principles, Health & Safety … Continue reading

05 May 2014

Summer 2014 – Dates for the diary!

The SOFA14 programme is NOW out! Forms will be coming to schools and youth groups over the next few weeks and sent in the post this week to all those who came last year or who have expressed an interest! … Continue reading

05 May 2014

For Parents of Disabled Children

May 2014 The attached newsletter contains very useful information on the latest developments of Independent Support (IS) and also information on the Local Offer and current consultations http://www.bapp.org.uk/2014/05/01/for-parents-of…abled-children/ ‎

03 March 2014


Summer Playworkers and Youthworkers £7 – 9/ hour (£13,468 – 17,316 pro-rata) BAPP are looking for energetic and enthusiastic playworkers to join their staff teams during the school summer holidays. Work is available from 23rd July until 22nd August 2014 … Continue reading

Current events and flyers

The Hut

The Hut leaflet
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Community Play Rangers

Community Play Rangers
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Summer Play

Annual Review 2013/4
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