Find out more about our projects supporting young people within the education sector
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We created a film of the stage play The Macbeths. The film will be available on YouTube for schools, colleges and universities to access for free as an educational resource for one year, from 3 June 2021 - 3 June 2022. To access The Macbeths to watch at school, college or university, please complete our short The Macbeths registration form and provide some details about your educational purpose.
We created a film of the stage play Fibres. The film is available on YouTube for schools, colleges and universities to access for free as an educational resource for one year, from 25 November 2020 to 25 November 2021. To access Fibres to watch at school please complete this short Fibres registration form and provide some details about your educational purpose.
These are only available for educational purposes. If you have any questions, or issues accessing these films, email us at email@example.com. Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to watch the film on YouTube.
To support drama teachers under current COVID-19 restrictions, we launched a pilot project of live workshops on Zoom offering teachers a practical insight into directing to develop tools to use immediately in the classroom.
In February 2020, Martin Travers’ modern parable set against the backdrop of the first Old Firm clash of the season toured Glasgow secondary schools. Working in partnership with Sense over Sectarianism, teachers and pupils throughout the west of Scotland study the second edition of the play (adapted for use in schools and in youth group settings).
A three-year creative drama and storytelling project enabling children to develop confidence in using language, to tell their own original stories and to express their feelings and passions. We worked with primary and secondary school pupils aged 5-12 years in Nurture groups, with the older pupils being trained as story and drama facilitators for younger pupils. During the final term of the project older pupils created a book of stories, artwork and photos. A resource pack has been created for teachers.
This project was funded by Erasmus+ and aims to develop, to test and widely disseminate an innovative methodology based on creative approaches in adult education. We explored puppetry and specifically the making of and manipulation of paper puppets.