Further information about our World in a Box resource and how it is used. Copyright © Movema 2017
“A Breakfast Club is far more than tea and toast” was Tricia Murphy’s advice during the recent Pupil Premium conference at the Education Leaders Forum.
By Artis Specialist Andrea Beed (Twizzle) On Sunday 18 September, we held a very special day to pay tribute to our much missed friend and gifted Artis Specialist Deborah Barber-Jones (Woohoo).
By Carys Owen (Cuckoo), School Partnership Consultant “In order to help their pupils succeed; schools have a role to play in supporting them to be resilient and mentally healthy” Department of Education, 2014 .
I have always believed that using dance, drama or music in teaching is one of the best ways to bring things alive for children. Rather than being taught a book, idea or concept, they get to experience it.
Being an Artis Specialist is very different to your average day job. On Monday I was an African dance specialist, a chicken farmer, a polar bear, a ‘horrid child’ from Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory…and all before lunch!
I had mixed feelings the day my contractions began. It was 31 August and I was expecting my second baby. Whilst thrilled that I was soon to set eyes on our new addition to the family, I was also thinking about her future education.
Onomatopoeias – words that imitate the sounds they’re describing – pop up in the dictionary more often than you might think.
Supporting the delivery of PE through movement and dance-based active learning, in primary schools, is increasingly being recognised as a powerful way to develop children’s physical literacy while simultaneously improving their wellbeing.
Making science come to life with a real bang can sometimes leave you worried about what chemical reaction you might have on your hands. So why, I hear you ask, would you even attempt to introduce the performing arts into the mixture?
Browse a range of free creative learning resources on our website.
We offer free resources available to download from our website from our current and past productions, focusing on the design and technical module, and a visual guide from the theatre.
There is also a link to our YouTube channel.