Curriculum for Excellence Resources

This innovative digital theatre production gives students an opportunity to exercise choice and decision making to shape their own, unique performance experience. Presented through digital platforms the production encourages problem solving and critical thinking, supporting work in Health and Wellbeing, Social Studies, Literacy and Technologies.

Opportunities for learning and curriculum links

Health and Wellbeing

I make full use of and value the opportunities I am given to improve and manage my learning and, in turn, I can help to encourage learning and confidence in others.

HWB 0-11a / HWB 1-11a / HWB 2-11a

Through taking part in a variety of events and activities, I am learning to recognise my own skills and abilities as well as those of others.

HWB 1-19a

Opportunities to carry out different activities and roles in a variety of settings have enabled me to identify my achievements, skills and areas for development. This will help me to prepare for the next stage in my life and learning.

HWB 2-19a

 

Social Studies

I have participated in decision making and have considered the different options available in order to make decisions.

SOC 1-18a

 

Literacy

When listening and talking with others for different purposes, I can exchange information, experiences, explanations, ideas and opinions, and clarify points by asking questions or by asking others to say more.

LIT 1-09a / 2-09a

 

Technologies

I can explore and experiment with digital technologies and can use what I learn to support and enhance my learning in different contexts.

TCH 1-01a

I can extend and enhance my knowledge of digital technologies to collect, analyse ideas, relevant information and organise these in an appropriate way.

TCH 2-01a

Class Stage
P3-P7
Curriculum Links
Health and Wellbeing
Social Studies
Technology
Online (Microsoft Teams)
Duration: 60 minutes
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Online (Microsoft Teams)
  • Tuesday 25 May* 9:00
  • Tuesday 25 May 9:30
  • Tuesday 25 May 10:00
  • Tuesday 25 May 10:30
  • Tuesday 25 May 11:00
  • Tuesday 25 May 13:00
  • Tuesday 25 May 13:30
  • Tuesday 25 May 14:00
  • Wednesday 26 May 9:00
  • Wednesday 26 May 9:30
  • Wednesday 26 May 10:00
  • Wednesday 26 May 10:30
  • Wednesday 26 May 11:00
  • Wednesday 26 May 13:00
  • Wednesday 26 May 13:30
  • Wednesday 26 May 14:00
  • Thursday 27 May 9:00
  • Thursday 27 May 9:30
  • Thursday 27 May 10:00
  • Thursday 27 May 10:30
  • Thursday 27 May 11:00
  • Thursday 27 May 13:00
  • Thursday 27 May 13:30
  • Thursday 27 May 14:00
  • Friday 28 May 9:00
  • Friday 28 May 9:30
  • Friday 28 May 10:00
  • Friday 28 May 10:30
  • Friday 28 May 11:00
  • Friday 28 May 13:00
  • Friday 28 May 13:30
  • Friday 28 May 14:00
  • Friday 28 May 15:00
  • Tuesday 1 June 9:00
  • Tuesday 1 June 9:30
  • Tuesday 1 June 10:00
  • Tuesday 1 June 10:30
  • Tuesday 1 June 11:00
  • Tuesday 1 June 13:00
  • Tuesday 1 June 13:30
  • Tuesday 1 June 14:00
  • Wednesday 2 June 9:00
  • Wednesday 2 June 9:30
  • Wednesday 2 June 10:00
  • Wednesday 2 June 10:30
  • Wednesday 2 June 11:00
  • Wednesday 2 June 13:00
  • Wednesday 2 June 13:30
  • Wednesday 2 June 14:00
  • Thursday 3 June 9:00
  • Thursday 3 June 9:30
  • Thursday 3 June 10:00
  • Thursday 3 June 10:30
  • Thursday 3 June 11:00
  • Thursday 3 June 13:00
  • Thursday 3 June 13:30
  • Thursday 3 June 14:00
  • Friday 4 June 9:00
  • Friday 4 June 9:30
  • Friday 4 June 10:00
  • Friday 4 June 10:30
  • Friday 4 June 11:00
  • Friday 4 June 13:00
  • Friday 4 June 13:30
  • Friday 4 June 14:00
  • Friday 4 June 15:00
  • *Schools performances
Online (Zoom)
Duration: 60 minutes
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Online (Zoom)
  • Tuesday 25 May* 14:30
  • Tuesday 25 May 15:00
  • Wednesday 26 May 14:30
  • Wednesday 26 May 15:00
  • Thursday 27 May 14:30
  • Thursday 27 May 15:00
  • Friday 28 May 14:30
  • Saturday 29 May 13:00
  • Saturday 29 May 13:30
  • Saturday 29 May 14:00
  • Saturday 29 May 14:30
  • Saturday 29 May 15:00
  • Saturday 29 May 17:00
  • Sunday 30 May 13:00
  • Sunday 30 May 13:30
  • Sunday 30 May 14:00
  • Sunday 30 May 14:30
  • Sunday 30 May 15:00
  • Sunday 30 May 17:00
  • Tuesday 1 June 14:30
  • Tuesday 1 June 15:00
  • Wednesday 2 June 14:30
  • Wednesday 2 June 15:00
  • Thursday 3 June 14:30
  • Thursday 3 June 15:00
  • Friday 4 June 14:30
  • Saturday 5 June 13:00
  • Saturday 5 June 13:30
  • Saturday 5 June 14:00
  • Saturday 5 June 14:30
  • Saturday 5 June 15:00
  • Saturday 5 June 17:00
  • *Public performances

The University of Wonder & Imagination is now enrolling students of all ages and magical abilities. This fun, interactive experience takes place live through the magic of the Internet!

Children will journey to the most unusual of universities, where the mysterious Professor Bamberg will send them off on a self-navigated quest where nothing is quite as it seems. They will interact with the liveliest of lecturers, choose their subjects of study, enter themed rooms and encounter all kinds of problems and puzzles, unlocking magical powers as they go. The choices they’ll make during the event will shape their unique experience.

In this ambitious and unique undertaking, Cahoots NI will broadcast live from an extensive, purpose built set where magic and illusion have no boundaries, bringing a fun filled, immersive theatrical experience directly to your classroom or home.

“The University of Wonder & Imagination more than lived up to its name and is a fantastic example of how innovative digital theatre can deliver as engaging an experience as an inperson show, and share it with a far wider audience.” The Family Stage

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