2013 - 2014 portfolio

 
Listening to teachers, children and heads, we’ve heard that you would like us to bring material in for the younger ones as they make their own stories and look at traditional tales. So our Reception, Yr 1 and Yr 2 workshop adventures of To The Bottom Of The Bottom Of The Bottom Of The Sea, and Lighthouse Island combine an Alive And Kicking story making approach with the telling of traditional tales. We specialize in bringing tales to life from an unexpected angle – we meet Cinderella through the eyes of Doris the Door Keeper, Shirley the Village Hairdresser tries to measure the length of Rapunzel’s hair, and together we tiptoe into Sleeping Beauty’s bedroom. We can devise new approaches to other tales you are telling if you’d like more.
Lots of schools have asked us to return with Gawain and The Green Knight and Granny’s Underground Garden as they have already worked with these two shows and are prepared to extend the work right through their KS2 curriculum. These two tried and tested pieces form the backbone of our primary schools work. In Gawain we follow the journey of Arthur’s youngest knight accompanied by his trusty squire Gwyneth, and in Granny we save the world from The Worzlum. 
Here’s what we have on offer ….
For Reception classes - The Bottom Of The Bottom Of The Bottom Of The Sea and Traditional Tales available from September 2013 to July 2014
For Yrs 1 and 2 Lighthouse Island available from September 2013 to July 2014
For Yrs 3 and 4 - Granny’s Underground Garden available from January 2014 to July 2014
For Yrs 5 and 6Gawain and The Green Knight available from September 2013 to March 2014 and perhaps on into the summer of 2014

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