Theatre Hullabaloo and Theatr Iolo present Luna, an enchanting theatre experience about friendship, the moon and being brave in the dark for 2 – 5 year olds and their families. Luna is bored up in the sky by herself with nobody to play with. Although she is surrounded by stars, they never quite understand her – it’s certainly lonely being the only moon.
Magic Adventure is in residence at The Meadows Children’s Centre in Harlow during the first week in April 2014 offering performances for under threes, parents and carers. In addition they are offering a limited number of training workshops and a chance to see the show in action!
Join us for March’s bite-sized training event from the comfort of your own office, nursery or home. On Wednesday, 19th March from 12.30 pm – 1.45 pm, we will be joined by special guest, Anna Daly, an experienced independent community dance artist and creative practitioner based in Lancaster.
Join us for this month’s #EAChat on Thursday, 13th March 2014 at 12.30 pm when we will be exploring how we can enhance young children’s learning and language development through the use of dance and movement. Tweeters will be encouraged to join in and share their links, stories and resources!
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has been investigating in-app and in-game payment by children on their parent’s accounts. The Children’s Media Foundation has been working closely with them to put them in touch with sources of research and industry expertise, and the consultation has just finished its final phase. The OFT has now published its proposed best practice guidelines before they issue an industry guideline – after which, if companies fail to comply, they could be fined under existing Consumer Protection legislation.
Join us for this month’s #EAChat on Thursday, 13th February 2014 at 12.30 pm when we will be exploring how we can enhance very young children’s language development using role play and storytelling. Tweeters will be encouraged to join in and share their links, stories and resources!
A survey is being undertaken to support the Paul Hamlyn Foundation (PHF) Special Initiative called ArtWorks, which seeks to understand and develop support for artists working in participatory settings. This survey is interested in response from practising artists from all artform areas, who may engage to whatever extent with individuals, groups and communities through their practice.
What happens to a baby’s brain in it’s first year of life? Learn how creativity promotes brain development through The Conservatoire’s first Teddy Talk. Led by Director of Earlyarts, Ruth Churchill Dower, this video of her talk on 24 November 2013 at The Conservatoire is a must-see for parents of young children.
A festival of performing arts dedicated to early years. This is a big event that closes the “Small size, big citizens” project, conceived and developed by Small Size, the European Network for the diffusion of performing arts for early childhood.
As I was wishing everyone a Happy New Year earlier this month, I asked my friends about what they wanted for their children’s future. Lots of interesting responses came back to do with happiness, security, confidence and bicycle skills! Some responses turned in to New Year’s Resolutions, wanting to spend… Read More»