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Circle of Sita

Circle of Sita

The Circle of Sita

For teachers, storytellers and adults who love to learn about stories. Delivered by 18 Hours, Development Education Centre for East Sussex, in partnership with Louise Coigley, storyteller and speech and language therapist. Naomi Robnson writes.

Explore how storytelling techniques support literacy and help challenge social stereotypes. A traditional story from the Ramayana is used to explore modern day environmental heroes and heroines from India to inspire children to protect themselves and the planet.

Ks2/3 but adaptable for all ages.

Tickets : Free : To book a place email: office@18hours.org.uk

More information about Louise Coigley and her organisation at Lis’n Tell.

‘Compelling and funny, a presence which gives courage and inspires creativity.’
Ashley Ramsden, founding director, the International School of Storytelling, Emerson College

The Circle of Sita: From Legend to Life
Monday 6 Nov 1.30pm – 4.30pm : Sandown School, TN34 2AA : FREE

18 Hours began in 2013, delivering events and education with a focus on global citizenship and diversity.

Posted 08:55 Saturday, Nov 4, 2017 In: Performance

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