Our Primary School Programme offers a vital educational opportunity for your school.
All our programmes support the Primary Schools Curriculum by highlighting social and environmental issues, developing numeracy and literacy skills and bringing curriculum subjects to life in a fun and relevant way. Our highly experienced facilitators will deliver these specifically tailored Programmes in a creative, safe and fun learning environment. The mission of all our programmes is to expand on the following essential skills:
- Critical thinking
- Creative problem solving
- Confidence in their own capabilities
- Curiosity and experimentation
- Teamwork and collaboration
- Patience and concentration
- Communication and expression of ideas
We can work with students from Junior Infants to Sixth Class. We combine creative arts and drama to encourage pupils to think and act imaginatively and spontaneously. These workshops will help bring the children’s potential to the forefront, while instilling them with a greater confidence.
Workshops in the Classroom include:
- Make your own Radio Play
- Creative DIY (Drama and arts In You)
- In their Shoes – Empathy and Respect Workshop
- Introduction to Shakespeare
Our CPD courses are approved by the Department of Education and Skills and have been built around the learning aims and objectives from the Primary school curriculum: Drama (DES, 1999). The strand ‘drama to explore feelings, knowledge and ideas, leading to understanding’ is addressed within the strand units ‘exploring and making drama’, ‘reflecting on drama’ and ‘co-operating and communicating in making drama’ are explored. Each course is divided into strands addressing in a multidisciplinary means all the core curriculum subjects at Primary level. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to our mailing list for info on upcoming CPD courses.
Dramatic arts education is an important way of stimulating creativity. It can challenge students perceptions about their world and about themselves, students overcome difficulties with speaking in public and help to develop tolerance and empathy in students.
Each year our education outreach programme selects new projects that will enrich and enhance students’ education while also staying relevant to the themes and issues of the current year. Check out the video below to see some examples of our previous projects: