We run workshops in variety of settings.
Who are the workshops for?
Schools, Colleges, Arts organisations, Health organisations, Performance agencies , Galleries, Theatres, Libraries, Local Council, Prisons, Banks , and Community Projects
How are the workshops useful?
- Good communication is essential both in the personal and work life of everyone. Better skills in this area will improve participant’s level of success, both personally and professionally.
- Workshops can be therapeutic as they teach people how to express their emotions, experiences and identity through verse. The ability to express what is inside validates them as people.
- If people see that they are capable of producing intelligent and imaginative work that they didn’t think they would be able to, what else can they do that they didn’t think they would be able to. It may give them the confidence they need to try things they were afraid to try in fear of failure.
How can the workshops help with the National curriculum?
The workshops can assist learning in the following subject areas:
Key Stages (1-4)
- English Literacy
We also do workshops for specific settings: