Camberwell Street Training

Street Training in Camberwell
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Submitted by Lottie on Fri, 2010-03-05 15:44

On the 18th February Street Trainers from Sceaux Gardens Estate delivered a training session for 10 members of Southwark Police. At the end of the session we asked two questions.

"What is the most important thing you have learned today?"

There are easier ways or different ways to interact with young people.

How many officers can fit in a telephone box.

welcome problemz, sarah08, bloodmutt999 and spikes93

Submitted by Lottie on Sat, 2010-02-20 09:42

Camberwell Street Trainer problemz says "its good for life and kids" and 'i like rapping'

Another committed and brilliant Camberwell Street Trainer is Sarah08, spikes93 says 'i was one of the first street trainers on sceaux gardens.'Thanks so much to them and "i am 16 and i am funny and i like food" says bloodmutt999 welcome bloodmutt all power to you for training Southwark Police to have more fun! Did you see their faces when the female officer started to dance in the puddle??

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welcome fisayo

Submitted by Lottie on Sat, 2010-02-20 09:37
Stair Flying

Fisayo has been Street Training for about a year now hesays his aproach to it is 'having fun, looking after people, loving kindness, peace, movement and physical and mental well being. encouraging adults to have more confidence in their own creative and physical abilities.' more about him - my name is fisayo i speak spanish i want to learn chinese. I'm learning capoeira. i made up my own language called slip.

Camberwell 4

Submitted by georgerae on Wed, 2009-12-16 13:21
Camberwell 4

For the camberwell arts festival Lottie Child walked around the area non stop for 24hrs asking everyone she met how do you behave to be safe on the streets? and how do you behave to be joyful on the streets?

Camberwell 3

Submitted by georgerae on Wed, 2009-12-16 13:21
Camberwell 3

For the camberwell arts festival Lottie Child walked around the area non stop for 24hrs asking everyone she met how do you behave to be safe on the streets? and how do you behave to be joyful on the streets?

Camberwell 2

Submitted by georgerae on Wed, 2009-12-16 13:20
Camberwell 2

For the camberwell arts festival Lottie Child walked around the area non stop for 24hrs asking everyone she met how do you behave to be safe on the streets? and how do you behave to be joyful on the streets?

Camberwell 1

Submitted by georgerae on Wed, 2009-12-16 13:19
Camberwell 1

For the camberwell arts festival Lottie Child walked around the area non stop for 24hrs asking everyone she met how do you behave to be safe on the streets? and how do you behave to be joyful on the streets?

Young people train 'authority figures' in how to have more fun

Submitted by Lottie on Tue, 2009-09-15 12:36
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Young people from the Sceaux Gardens Estate Camberwell will be training local councilors, a baptist minister, a police officer, researchers and planners in how to have more fun in streets and in public spaces.

The techniques to be taught include
the swinging gate of fear
shouting out silly words
wind tunnel hair flying
railing squeeze
street magaphone
gravel moonwalk
'yes lets all" game

the session will conclude with a discussion about creative/antisocial uses of public space

o and BTW all techniques have been thoroughly risk assessed :)

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camberwell joy

Submitted by Lottie on Tue, 2009-09-01 17:37
cool chick

Here are recently suggested Street Training techniques from the kids on Sceaux gardens Estate Camberwell
Hand bag throwing
Do a dance routine in the street
Stand on a gate and use it to swing on
Squeeze through gaps in railings
When you see a lift press the call button and when it arrives send it to the top floor and race it up the stairs
Jump backwards down the stairs
Stand on low railings and try to balance while you are holding a box of fried chicken
When there is bright sunshine do shadow boxing or dance with your shadow
Lift your friend up so they can climb up things

climbing, testing, penetrating, playing with, nurturing, building and/or pissing on boundaries; physical, mental and social in t

Submitted by Lottie on Mon, 2009-08-24 10:04

Street Training in Loughborough, On climbing, testing, penetrating, playing with, nurturing, building and/or pissing on boundaries; physical, mental and social in the perpetual making of public space.
Lottie Child Spring 2009