We’ve a busy start to the new year and the new term with four tours in rehearsal.
Malcolm and Rory are working with Director Geoff Readman to devise our new programme for KS2, Thirst for Knowledge. Inspired by the journeys of Prussian explorer and scientist Baron Alexander von Humboldt, it will explore a range of science, geography and environmental themes through thrilling tales of discovery. Juliet is working on Fit For A King for KS1 and Simon is busy with our ever popular version of Little Red Hen, using the familiar story to explore numeracy and bake a loaf of lovely fresh bread.
We also have a new team working on Tapestry, a programme for 13 – 18 year olds that addresses violent extremism. We have some availability left for March for this – please contact the office if you’re interested in booking.
Further information about all the above tours can be found in the Current Projects section on the homepage.
In other news…
It’s our 30th anniversary this year and we are planning a celebration. Keep an eye on our blog for further details.