Using carnival as a way to introduce pupil involvement with the arts, making costumes and headdresses, lanterns, puppets and props. Learn Design Technology processes in a fun way, and also boost pupil confidence to perform with their creations.
Monday 20 May, 15.45-17.30,£20pp. This session is designed for Primary school teachers looking to further their knowledge of drawing, with confidence building exercises and easy to use, transferable techniques to take back to the classroom.
Both highly experiential and outcomes-driven, our Maths twilights give you a chance to un-pick what you’ve witnessed during our Maths Day and both try out and actively reflect on some new methodologies.
Supporting you in rising to the challenges of the new curriculum, this highly engaging and experiential workshop, which can be booked as a twilight or half-day or whole-day INSET, explores ways of using Shakespeare to develop pupils’ understanding of
Our Creative CPD and INSETs for Teachers include INSET days and twilights and have been delivered to thousands of teachers all over the country - and are based on methodologies and strategies that have been tried and tested.
Support with curriculum-designed development, including school improvement plans, practical tools for engaging children in dance/movement throughout the school day and accessible learning methods and strategies to translate to all abilities/ages.
Inset days and CPD for teachers can be designed specifically with your school to address building confidence in delivering dance to pupils and implementing creative ideas across the curriculum.
Monday 4 Feb, 15.45-17.30, £20pp
This session is designed for Primary school teachers looking to further their knowledge of Sculpture and 3D model making, with easy to use, transferable techniques to take back to the classroom.
A practical playwriting intensive which will offer a range of tools and techniques to help write- and finish! - that difficult first draft (plus ways to troubleshoot writer’s block). Led by Award-winning playwright Kendall Feaver.
How can you get your students up on their feet and speaking the lines to each other with confidence and enthusiasm? We break down the acting process into manageable chunks, so that neither you nor your students are intimidated.
Drama is a great tool for learning, but how can you use it to support your teaching? We give you the confidence to adapt drama exercises for your own use to help you with a range of subjects such as History, Geography, Speaking and Listening.
Multi award-winning devising theatre company The Paper Birds will lead this Continuing Professional Development course for teachers. It will explore devising methodologies.