1.The impulse to play is ____. Play is a biological and social need, and is fundamental to the healthy ____ and well-being of individuals. 2. Play is a process that is freely chosen, personally directed and intrinsically motivated. Children determine and ____ the content of their play, by following their own instincts, ideas and interests. 3. The focus of playwork is to support and ____ the play process and this should inform the development of play policy and training. 4. For playworkers, the play ____ takes precedence and playworkers act as advocates for play when engaging with ____-led agendas. 5. The role of the playworker is to ____children and young people in the creation of a space in which they can play. 6. The playworker’s ____ to children and young people playing is based on up to date knowledge of the play process, and reflective practice. 7. Playworkers recognise their ____ on the play space and also the impact of children and young people’s play on the playworker. 8. Playworkers choose an intervention style that enables children and young people to extend their play. All playworker intervention must balance risk with the ____ and well-being of children.




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