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With Safer Internet Day, Science Week and Shakespeare Week and many others, it’s been a busy spring term for us at Konflux Theatre. Thank you to all the schools and organisations we’ve worked with this term for your hard work and for your feedback and we look forward to seeing lots of you again soon!
This term we released our brand new Key Stage 2 Creative Learning Workshop, Caught in the Web which was perfect for Safer Internet Day in February.
‘The workshops were brilliant and all the teachers said how much their classes enjoyed the workshop. They said they were brilliant at teaching the children about e safety, bullying and being safe online. They tackled real issues that we have with technology today and were extremely useful and informative for the children. The woman engaged the children with lots of fantastic ideas and resources.’
-Our Lady and St Rose of Lima Catholic Primary School
We also launched our brand new, My City Play in a Day® which we successfully trialled in Our Lady’s High School in Manchester. This brand new script is adaptable to your city and explores local history and culture.
“Manchester is a thriving, vibrant & colourful city, steeped in History and the new ‘Play In A Day’ – ‘Manchester – My City’ captures the spirit from all those centuries ago to the present day as we travelled backwards and forwards through the centuries. So much information and so many facts learnt in such a fun way. One of my favourite parts…’Manchester rose like a phoenix from the flames’. That is the true spirit of Manchester…”
-Mrs Tkaczuk – Our Lady’s High School
Shakespeare Week is always one of the highlights in the Konflux calendar and this year was no exception. Here’s what Castle Business and Enterprise College had to say about their ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ Play in a Day®.
‘Such an amazing day and workshop put on by the very talented Mark! Could not have asked for a better leader! Met the needs of all our pupils by changing the script very promptly and frequently if the children were struggling with any lines. Both staff and children built up a good rapport with Mark and the children absolutely loved it. So amazing that a play could be put together in a day for our SEN children and them to actually remember lines and what they had to do.’
-Castle Business and Enterprise College