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Integration Puppet Week



The aim of the week is to allow up to 60 students of all abilities to work together on a project that promotes inclusion and teamwork. Through the five workshop days the students are challenged to create, produce, and perform a large scale puppet show to an invited audience.
Alongside the creation of props, the students contribute to the stories, learn and record songs as well as find time to play large scale inclusive games.
Because the group focus is on the one goal, integration takes place unconsciously as everybody works together to the best of their ability.

How it works:

The general format for setting up this project is as follows:

Students
  • 1 x group of up 30 mainstream students - yrs 5-7
  • 1 x group of up to 15 SLD/PMLD students
  • 1 x group of up to 15 MLD students

All groups to be discussed with Childrens World prior to project

Staff
  • Childrens World will provide a 5 person team
  • Each school provides appropriate numbers of staff to accommodate their students needs

Venue
  • A host school venue to be decided - with the other 2 schools visiting for the week
  • All 3 schools must be fairly local to each other or to an alternative venue
Pre - work

At least one pre-meeting with all staff involved to introduce everyone if necessary, run through the project timetable, and to discuss any individual issues.

For more information Email us.
Or telephone 01458 833693