Join Ariel Killick, of Stàit Neo-eismeileach Sonais /Independent State of Happiness contemporary Gaelic Arts provider for this session on Wednesday 18th May at 4pm.
Ariel will outline the fun and exciting workshops she can deliver to schools. These include projects such as; Storytelling and Drama, Circus skills, Graffiti Art, Street theatre and Spectacle, which support children with Gaelic language acquisition and development from Nursery to P7. Ariel will also outline how such workshops and projects can fulfil several Curriculum for Excellence Experiences and Outcomes. This session will last approximately 30 minutes and will be delivered bilingually in Gaelic and English.
Register now to take part live – Stàit Neo-eismeileach Sonais.
If you unable to join us for the live event you can always catch up with the recording at another time – Glow TV’s Watch Again.
*PLEASE NOTE THIS IS THE EVENT POSTPONED ON 5TH JUNE* Tania is just back from her beach holiday in France! In her little suitcase, she has brought back her rabbit friend Lapin who is feeling a bit too hot…
This exciting Glow TV event includes: * A puppet show performance featuring the lovely rabbit and his friend Oiseau. * A special reading of Lapin’s own book, which introduces children and their teachers to the future bilingual storybook by Le Petit Monde.
* Singing with actions (the ‘Glace’ song, based on the tune of ‘Frère Jacques’).
* A Q&A session with Tania and Lapin.
Tania is a native French puppeteer based in Edinburgh and has set up Le Petit Monde to introduce young children to her language and culture through shows and workshops. While performing in English herself, Tania’s puppets speak simple French phrases. Both show and story are in English and French and accessible to all non French speakers and is suitable for 3 to 7 year olds.
Join us for this live interactive session on Thursday 18th June at 10am – Register in Glow TV.