News: Schools

Hannah Venet's second blog about her Immerse residency with Canal View Primary School.

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Eoin McKenzie blogs about his Immerse residency with Craigroyston Primary School alongside artist Gudrun Soley Sigurdardottir.

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Natalie Arle-Toyne wins the September John Bryne Award.

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Hannah Venet is currently working with Canal View Primary School as part of Immerse Artist in Residence programme, here she talks about her sessions with P6 at the school (the taster and weeks 1 - 3) alongside Caitlin Mulgrew and Anna Noonan.

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Rona's final blog post about her work in progress and final reflections on her residency experience (in Gàidhlig and English).

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Rona reflects on her visit to Export/Import Festival at Bronks in Brussels (in Gàidhlig and English).

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Rona talks about her experience of running workshops with Primary 3 pupils at Taobh na Pàirce (in Gàidhlig and English).

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Every school pupil from P4-S1 on the Isle of Mull will be seeing Is this a Dagger? next week with Theatre in Schools Scotland, thanks to extra financial support from Comar and The Touring Network.

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Vickie reflects on the My City project as it comes to an end.

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Our My City partners have won an award for their work with children.

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Caroline's amazing list of resources, talks to watch and things to do and think about.....

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Our statement about Creative Scotland's funding and how it is affecting the children's theatre sector.

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“Creativity needs trust to flourish. Learn each other’s worlds. Build the art in a way that demonstrates you know their world” Anne Basting

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For the second part of the FRAMES residency I wanted to go bolder, include more of the pupils and have more visual impact on the school environment. This was inspired by my trip to Milwaukee (as part of my Churchill Fellowship) to spend time with the incredible Anne Basting of Timeslips.

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This week I was delighted to start a pilot artist residency with Imaginate, embedding me for the term in St Crispin's school, which is for pupils who have severe needs (mainly non-verbal) on the autistic spectrum. This means a completely different way of working, which is primarily sensory. I knew this would be really challenging, but also fascinating to have to take theatre out its comfort zones and be forced to reimagine what it can be and do in this context.

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