Browse a range of free creative teaching resources on our website.
Shakespeare Personification Poetry, Animal Rhymes and Character Clerihews poetry resources for schools - all free to download!
Writing poetry inspired by Shakespeare’s plays is a great way to
cement understanding and celebrate learning and this collaborative exercise sees all pupils end up with their own original poem.
Workshops and classes are tailored to suit individual needs and can be customised for specific age ranges, abilities, special educational needs and complex disabilities.
We can deliver on the theme of your residential and build towards a performance to be presented at the end of the residential.
Using dance to enhance kinaesthetic learning, we work with you to bring subjects to life. We use dance and creative movement to develop wider characteristics for learning.
We have produced mapping resources that outline what steps to take through our programme to help your students achieve Arts Award. The mapping tools show Into Film activities that can be adapted to support the Discover, Explore and Bronze Arts Award
Into Film has teamed up with Arts Award to help encourage young people involved in the Into Film programme to gain an accredited qualification and further develop their creative talents.
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 .