Inspired by Cahoots NI’s Penguins theatre production, this educational workshop is hosted by Steve Ball, Associate Director at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre and founding Artistic Director of Language Alive and Catalyst Theatre in Health Education.
Aimed at teachers, youth facilitators, arts facilitators, carers and others who support young people, together, participants will explore how arts and creativity can be used to powerfully impact learning environments through discussion and using creative tools to explore pupil relationships with family and friends; responsibilities for self and others; and similarities and differences between groups of people.
This session will support a range of curriculum areas at Foundation Stage including Personal Development and Mutual Understanding themes. A learning pack for those who attend will also be provided.
Booking is essential. Age 16+ Limited to 20 places.