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Alive & Kicking Education Pack Resources - FREE

Welcome to Alive & Kicking Theatre’s web page.
 
Below are instructions on how to find, and passwords for, our education packs for a variety of productions we run in primary schools.
 
Next to each password is the year group for which it is aimed at but of course feel free to dip into any of them and use the materials as you see fit.
 
If something doesn’t make sense it’s probably because it relates directly to the specific production it has been design for (which you probably won't have seen), in which case either ignore it or get creative and invent something to fit. This may be most applicable to The Museum Of Untold Stories – but there’s loads of fun stuff there so give it a glance if you have time.
 
Largely the materials and lesson plans are literacy based but you will find science, art and other cross-curricular materials too.
 
If you are having trouble downloading them we can only apologise. I’m sure you’ll appreciate that at the moment our company, like every other, is juggling a lot and time is precious. If we can respond to people’s request for help we will but please understand if we don’t reply it’s not personal, it’s just not possible.
 
So, to find the resources, go to the top of the Home page and click on the pink tab labelled Teachers. This will take you straight to the resources page and you can just entre the password and download the zip files.
 
Passwords:
The Museum Of Untold Stories: moustail – Years 1 to 6
Gawain: greenbelt – Years 5 to 6
Granny’s Underground Garden: worzlum – Years 3 to 4
The Princess Who Couldn’t Play: Leonora – Years Reception, 1 and 2
A Genie Comes To School: opensesame – Years 1 to 2
Crowheart: briganti – Years 3 to 4
 
Finally, please feel free to share this information with parents, carers, grandparents and teachers, in short anyone who may be looking to educate, entertain or occupy children whilst schools are closed.
 
We wish everyone our very best. Stay well, follow the advice from health experts and also follow us on FB and Twitter for further info, links and creative ideas in the coming weeks.
 
Lots of love
Luke, John, Martin and Viv

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