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Top Traditional Story-Teller Jim MacCool is visiting Primary Schools throughout the Summer Term 2017.
Bards in the true sense, Celtic Yarn-Spinners enrich and entertain all ages with interactive stories, poems and songs.
Mr MacCool’s tried and tested workshops are a wonderful cross curriculum activity mixing music, literacy, speaking and listening skills in a fun learning experience for pupils and staff.
Should you be interested in having Jim MacCool and his Traditional Story-Telling Workshops come to your school, please telephone me, Joy Atkins, on 020 8688 6951, or you may prefer to email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Stratford Festival of Salon Arts
The National Tour of Traditional Celtic Story-Tellers
Mon. 20th March through to Friday 21st July 2017
DATES OF INTEREST
National Poetry Day Thursday 28 Sept. 2017
October is National Poetry Month
National Story Telling Week 27 Jan.- 3 Feb.2018
Stratford Festival of Salon Arts
15 Warwick Road Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6YW
Tel. 0208 688 6951
October is National Poetry Month
Many pupils are passionate about the welfare of animals though, if surveys are to be believed, many of them do not know how their bacon, eggs and milk are produced!
Food production is a growing topic of debate whether you are talking about the ethics of how we treat animals, how we produce healthy food, and how we can feed a growing population.
Finding time to discuss topics such as animal welfare and sustainable food production is doubly valuable – it gives pupils an important understanding of a range of ethical and environmental factors and it encourages great debates!
To help you to engage your pupils in such discussions we provide a free speaker service and a pack of resources including a film and discussion activities which can be adapted for pupils of different ages, abilities, and levels of confidence.
To enquire about a speaker or to order a free resource pack, please email email@example.com with “Geography mailshot” in the subject title.
To view or download the resources directly, including films, please go to our Geography webpage.
Compassion in World Farming
PS We’ve had some wonderful evaluations from teachers for our talks and resources:
“We have really ‘enjoyed’ using your pack. It stirred up a huge amount of interest and discussion”
“Thanks for inspiring and IMPORTANT material – which is very difficult to come by.”
Links and contacts:
Tel: 01483 521 965
Education website: ciwf.org.uk/education
Geography webpage: ciwf.org.uk/geography
Speaker service: ciwf.org.uk/speakers