In August this year there will be a rare opportunity to attend a five day course on the Storytelling Schools method hosted in the picturesque town of Stroud, UK. Click here to find out more. The course runs from 24th to 28th August 2020.
We are delighted to be partnering with Peace for People and Masterpeace in Nepal, looking at how the storytelling method might be useful in the Nepalese context. Here’s some images and clips from Kate Barron’s first workshop.
Check out Reception kids at Wood Farm Primary telling and reenacting the Hungry Caterpillar. Munch, Munch, Munch!
Check out this great song for World Book Day, cowritten by Adam Guillain, performed by the children of Wood Farm School Oxford. You can download the lyrics then hear, map, step and sing them to celebrate the wonderful things which books bring. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02X8E4swoTE
See all about the Storytelling Schools method being piloted in 9 Maltese schools with the National Literacy Agency this year. https://www.facebook.com/Storytelling-Schools-Malta-1146397475533745/
TEACHING MODEL Here’s a summary of the Storytelling Schools teaching method on one page, combining storytelling, the creative arts and excellence in writing in a single model. You can apply this to narrative writing, non-fiction texts and cross curricular learning. Enjoy! Chris
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