Handprint Theatre

handprinttheatre@googlemail.com

Company No; 7478921

  British Values

     Mrs Yellow was happy, living in her yellow house, with her yellow garden in her yellow world      

      until Mrs Red moved in next door...

      She liked her red house, her red garden and her red world, and just couldn't understand why

      anyone would be yellow!

 

Join these neighbours as they discover that a successful community will find their similarities and celebrate difference.

 

An accessible Theatre in Education workshop for Primary Schools, exploring the importance of citizenship, community and accepting others. Through celebrating diversity and encoraging the need to accept those of different faiths, race, culture, gender.

Early Years

 

Key stage 1

 

Key stage 2

 

Assembly

 

Drama workshops

 

Art Workshops

 

Education Resource Pack

 

 

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     Celebrate

  Acceptance

  Difference

  Believe

  Respect

  Understanding

  Values

 

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Learning Objectives:

 

To feel engaged and inspired to help others and to make a difference.

 

To increase pupils knowledge of the world and their responsibility to act.

 

To know and understand the values, faiths and cultures of others.

“We should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their colour”    

                                                                 Maya Angelou