Welcome To Bath Area Play Project

Bath Area Play Project are a small voluntary organisation established in 1979 to support the child’s right to play and facilitate a range of play opportunities for children of all ages and abilities.

 

To find out more about our services please see the services tab:

 

Our services include:

The Family Support Play service

Free nurture groups in schools

Short breaks provision for children with additional needs

Holiday play services

Inclusive family play sessions

Nursery & Preschool

 

 

Latest News

   

Playschemes 

We are looking forward to welcoming children to our playschemes this Summer! Bookings will open later this month; where you are already registered, look out for an email. Where you aren’t, please complete the forms and return to us. For more information please click here.

Summer Playdays 

Our summer playdays are fast approaching... Please keep an eye on our Facebook page to find out

where they'll be. 

   

Every Child has a right to Play

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

 

Every Child has the Right to Play and we recognise the powerful impact and value that play has for children experiencing adverse experiences, using  a therapeutic, trauma informed playful approach to supporting children to develop resilience. We recognise the importance of self-directed play for children’s development and facilitate a range of play based opportunities, often outdoors that support and enrich children’s wellbeing. As a child-centred organisation with a strong inclusive ethos, our staff advocate for, listen and respond to children’s voices embedding these principles using the power of play as a catalyst for positive change.

 

 

 

Bath Area Play Project is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment and embed this into practice

 

       

BAPP Safeguarding Procedure 2024
BAPP SAFEGUARDING PROCEDURE 2024.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [272.5 KB]

 

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