Arc news: October 2006
Arc launches Primary Tales for schools this winter and
two new INSET courses for GCSE Drama teachers
Bring some sparkle to the school this winter with Arc's Primary Tales!
Featuring The Boy Who Couldn't Dream and Gabriel's Star! - Primary Tales are a brand new range of storytelling performances and interactive sessions designed to bring creativity to the classroom and make literacy fun for everyone.
Especially created for Early Years through to Key Stage 2, Primary Tales aim to improve literacy, encourage speaking and listening skills, reinforce positive behaviour and develop valuable social and friendship skills through storytelling and interactive play.
Ideal as a warming winter treat for the whole school, Primary Tales are devised and delivered by popular storytellers Andy Rogers, Dani Bradstreet and Mo Oakeley. With many years' experience throughout the UK with The BT FutureTalk in Education Programme , and in London and the south-east with Stepping Stones and Solid Ground for the Children's Fund, Andy, Dani and Mo are accomplished performers who are highly-skilled at enriching young minds and hearts.
Prices for Primary Tales range from £500 for a minimum of two storytelling performances for Key Stages 1 and 2, to £600 for a maximum of three performances in one day. For Early Years, prices range from £200 for a minimum of two interactive sessions, to £300 for a maximum of four sessions in one day. (All prices exclusive of VAT).
To book Primary Tales for your school, call us on 020 8594 1095 or email Andy Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download new Primary Tales flyer (PDF, 426k)
New dates announced for GCSE Drama INSET
Two separate courses facilitated by Joss Bennathan and held at Stratford Circus, Theatre Square, London E15. Move over leaflet for full course details.
Download booking form (PDF, 123k)
Stop press: Arc at the October London Schools Fair
Arc is delighted to be appearing at the London Schools and Educational Fair at Olympia 2 on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 October. The event is a free-entry exhibition for all educational workers and parents/carers and is aimed at increasing awareness and accessibility of educational goods and services for children aged between 2-18 years-old.
For more details visit the London Schools Fair website