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Key themes:  SEAL, PSHE & Citizenship, Music, Geography

Rainforest Symphony takes pupils on an exciting sensory journey into the rainforest to find the real home of Acapella, a frog who has accidentally arrived in the school fruit delivery in Birmingham. As the children travel deep into the rainforest to find Acapella’s real home they reflect upon the concept of belonging and consider whether it is right to keep Acapella as their pet and away from her rightful home.

This programme makes direct links with the National Curriculum guidelines for KS1 Music as well as Citizenship and Geography.

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Rainforest Symphony 2014

 

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On tour with Rainforest Symphony

October 21st, 2014

I’ve been touring with Simon, playing the role of Hourani in Rainforest Symphony. We have completed 2 weeks of this tour, visiting several different schools around Birmingham, two libraries and day of public performances in The Door at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. It is wonderful to see children’s reactions as they find their school hall […]

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