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LEARNING

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TRANSPLANTED in schools

We believe that everyone should have access to live performance regardless of age or background.

 

We have just completed 9 days of online workshops in Primary Schools along the River Tay, using Scottish music to explore water habitats, plastic pollution & climate change. 

In 2019 we devised and delivered environmentally-inspired creative music projects to over 400 pupils in secondary schools in Scotland, connecting young people with music and nature.

We have also enjoyed carrying out creative workshops in primary schools, SEN settings and for mental health charity 'Reachout With Arts in Mind'. 

We have a new online learning resource. Click the image below to find out more.

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“Thank you so much for a wonderful day! I can honestly say it was one of my favourite days in education - the pupils had a fantastic time and learned so much from the experience!”

Classroom Teacher 

“What a fabulous day and a fabulous project...The pupils were wonderful and great how everyone joined in on the tour around
the gardens.”
 
'The Hidden Gardens' Staff Member


"Fantastic evening. Thanks so much for putting together such a brilliant, interesting programme. Something for everyone, from 8 to 80, and so important that whole families could take part! And all achieved while socially distanced."
Virtual Workshop - during level 4 restrictions

John Leggate - Perth Chamber Music Member

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To read Blog posts from our education work click here