Theatres of Learning engage children in vivid activity. Children find the freedom irresistible.


Teachers and parents see children as never before. Children described as challenging are seen co-operating. Children described as having little concentration are seen spending huge amounts of time completing difficult tasks.


Above all, children are heard telling us what is important and fascinating to them.


For families, schools and communities, new plans, new community events, new ways of relating and new ways of taking part emerge.


Children feel the thrill of being heard in the adult world and of sharing their experiences with other children.


Parents and teachers are much more engaged with children and stimulated to explore new ways of learning.
Educational disengagement disappears.

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