All our projects engage local schools and colleges in the making of the work. We have provided opportunities for college students to take part in the performances themselves (Kingston College, Ipswich University) and involved local primary schools in workshops focusing on the history and geography of their local area surrounding the route. We are currently working with our educational advisors at Bessemer Grange Primary School, James Allen’s Girls School and Kingston College to develop resources that facilitate workshops that are in line with specific areas of curriculum. We will continue to work in this way throughout the development of our latest project LOST engaging local school and colleges, in the process of the making of the work. As with our community collaborations, students who get involved with our work are an integral part of the process, and final performance, they bring their boundless imaginations and personal experiences to each project and we could not do it without them!
For an example of our educational resource pack, developed for The Farmer & The Fisherman, Northern Ireland please refer to our Stationery Cupboard