STORY QUEST

TINY TALES STORYTELLERS

Bringing Stories to Life.

" Thank you for a fantastic session.

The children didn't stop talking about it and asked if it was taking place every week."

Years One & Two, Thorpe Hall School, Southend on Sea

STORY QUEST - CREATE STORYTELLERS

 

A highly interactive 60 or 90 minute session combining an interactive performance and a chance to participate in exploring the story afterwards. The sessions can be themed around topics covered in class and are a great way to engage pupils with storytelling to identify with and explore characters and ways to tell stories.

 

 

For your information:

 

Age Range: Reception to Key Stage 2

 

Maximum Participants: 35

 

Location & Equipment: Ideally a school hall, or adaptable space, with access to a plug socket.

 

Price: Individual sessions from £90

Half Day Rate: £125

Full Day Rate: £250

Discounts available for multiple bookings.

 

A Story challenge is set with each workshop as a follow up project.

 

 

Key Stage 1 Curriculum Links:

  • development of pupils’ confidence and competence in spoken language and listening skills.
  • becoming familiar with key stories, fairy stories & traditional tales and retelling them.
  • participate in discussion about what is read to them, taking turns and listening to others.

 

Key Stage 2 Curriculum Links:

  • building upon pupils’ confidence and competence in spoken language and listening skills.
  • increasing familiarity with a range of books, including traditional stories, myths & legends.
  • creating their own stories from a variety of stimuli and retelling them.
  • participate in discussions about books, building on their own and others’ ideas.
  • performing stories using intonation, tone and volume so that the meaning is clear.
  • exploring characters’ feelings, thoughts and motives from their actions.

 

 

For further information on booking these sessions or to discuss requirements for your school please email tinytalesstorytellers@gmail.com

 

 

 

" A thoroughly enjoyable session for all, with my class disappointed it had ended. All pupils keen to take up the suggested challenge on return to the classroom." Year Three, Thorpe Hall School, Southend on Sea