Creative Practitioner Opportunity at Pembrey Primary School

Pembrey Primary School, Ashburnham Road, Pembrey, SA16 0TP

Budget: £5,000 | Project Duration: Nov 2016 – May 2017 | Application Deadline: 03 Nov 2016

We’re inviting applications from Creative Practitioners to work with a class of 41 Year 4 pupils (girls and boys, aged 8-9 at Key Stage 2, 15 on FSM register), some of whom are disengaged with poor oracy skills. Some have wellbeing issues relating to their home life. Many go from school to home and back again and see very little of their locality. The aim of the project is to improve pupils’ oracy skills and wellbeing through creative and outdoor activities based around the local story of the ‘People with Little Hatchets’.

We welcome applications from individuals, partnerships, studios or organisations with skills in one or more of the following areas: performance / working outdoors / storytelling / music / film.

The project has an overall budget of £5,000 to cover all fees, reasonable expenses and materials. The contract is for 10-15 Days work at a rate of £250/day, which may be shared between two or more practitioners. The remaining budget is for reasonable expenses and materials towards the project. The appointed practitioner(s) will work with the teachers and pupils to develop the detailed project structure, content and outcomes.

For further information and details of how to apply, please download the brief here.

Addo has been appointed as Creative Agents for 4 Schools in Wales, as part of the Arts Council of Wales’ Lead Creative School Scheme and is inviting calls from Creative Practitioners for projects at Ysgol Bro Dinefwr (Llandeilo)Ysgol Glan-y-Môr (Burry Port)Pembrey Primary School (Pembrey) and Ysgol Llandrillo-yn-Rhos (Colwyn Bay).  Further information about each opportunity and how to apply is available here:

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