And the reviews are in… Feedback on Storytelling Days – With a Twist!

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Asking for feedback from school is a key tool for me to discover what works and what doesn’t. How I can improve what I offer.   The Reviews Are In…   “…edgy…” “…totally ‘inappropriate’…” “…merciless bullying…” Extracted from a recent … Continued

End of Summer Storytelling Treat…

  …or planning for the new term in September.   With the right space and timing it is possible to see a whole school in a day! Cultural. Creative. Inspiring. Funny. A little bit tense… (Mild Peril…)   No coach … Continued

The Lost Boy Workshops – Theatre in The Quarter

It’s been an absolute pleasure to work again with Theatre in the Quarter. I have been delivering workshops, preparing schools, mostly year fives but some key stage 3 and 4 classes, for their attendance at Theatre in The Quarter’s latest play: The … Continued

Outdoor Cooking and Storytelling!

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  Two of my favourite activities! Outdoor cooking and Storytelling in one perfect day at St Hughs Catholic Primary School, Liverpool. The Year 5’s have been working with Cathy Cross, creative Design & Technology, and to culminate their term created, … Continued

January Storytelling Offer For Schools

An introduction and a special offer for a day of Digital Storytelling in your school. View this email in your browser (This is a copy and paste from a recent Mail Out – Join the Mailing List Here) “After nourishment, … Continued

Back to The Conway Centre I go

As a freelancer I am fortunate enough to have a number of long term working relationships with organisations, people and places. The longest standing of these is the Conway Centre, standing tall on Anglesey. I write this just before I pack … Continued

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