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Summer 2019 - Peter Pan

“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease forever to be able to do it.” – J.M. Barrie


From April to July 2019, Perform For Schools is offering arts-based sessions to select primary schools as part of their popular Drama4ALL project.

Each 25 minute workshop is led by an experienced actor/drama teacher appearing in role as Peter Pan. Using drama, dance and singing, the children will be trained up as ‘Mermaids and Pirates’ and be taken on a thrilling voyage to Neverland where they rescue the treasure from Captain Hook, all whilst meeting some of J.M.Barrie’s much loved characters on the way.

“Have fun,” said Peter Pan and that’s exactly what your classes will do with these creative learning workshops, especially formulated for EYFS and KS1 children. These workshops are ideal as an introduction to the performing arts or as a fun treat during the school term. 

These workshops are extremely popular and are booked in a first come first served basis.

 

The sessions were super fun and interactive. Some children were reluctant to join the session, but came bounding out afterwards saying how much they had enjoyed it! Thank you!

– Ms. S Cripps

Hannah led five different workshops today and I received positive feedback from all five teachers. Staff thought the sessions were excellent and they really supported the children with their understanding of each text. Hannah was skilled at engaging all pupils and including pupils with special education needs in each session.

– Ms. H Robertson

Feedback from all teachers was really positive. The sessions were brilliantly paced and levelled at the children’s age group very well.

– Ms. A Coy

Hannah's conduct with both staff and pupils alike could not be faulted. The children were engaged from start to finish and even brought the very shy out of their shell. This is the first time the school has had a workshop of this kind but it definitely wont be the last. The children thoroughly enjoyed the experience and hot them buzzing about books on World Book Day. Thank you very much.

– Ms. A Ferdinand

Lewis was really good with the children and pitched it age appropriately! He had a strong presence and the children listened well. He was good with behaviour management meaning all children were focused. All children enjoyed the workshop and feedback from teachers was all very positive.

– Ms. E Crotty
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