We've had a very busy spring term - take a look below at our highlights from the last few months!
The Fight For Women's Equality Then And Now at Parliament Hill School March 8, International Womens Day, saw the end of the first stage of our theatre project looking at the history of the women's vote at Parliament Hill School in Camden. 40 Y9 students from the school devised and presented a promenade performance celebrating different forms of activism seen in the women's movement over the last 100 years. An exhibition documenting the project and showcasing creative work by the students will be held at Rich Mix throughout June - see www.scarabeus.co.uk and our Facebook page for more details. Supported by Heritage Lottery Fund. Click below to see a short film by Chloe Plumb.
The Fight For Women's Equality Then And Now at Parliament Hill School
EXODUS - Take Part at Queens Park Community School
This term we began delivery of our EXODUS - Take Part project focusing on migrants and refugees at Queens Park Community School in Brent. We'll be continuing delivery at three further schools in London this summer - take a look at our Facebook page for more updates as we continue this project! Thanks to our funders, Johns Lyons Charity and Stavros Niarkos Foundation, for their support. Click below to see a short film.
Exodus - Take Part with Queens Park Community School
Flying Into Physics Our Flying Into Physics project went to Leicester this term, where we worked with four schools to continue testing a new approach to teaching science in primary schools using aerial skills to embody physical principles. This month we've been delivering workshops on the same theme closer to home with Eleanor Palmer School.
Following this successful pilot we're now in discussion with schools across the UK and our funder, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, to look at the possibility of rolling out Flying Into Physics on a larger scale next year. Take a look at www.scarabeus.co.uk for more information and a video.
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