Travelling Light’s School Menu
Are you a teacher, student or parent? Why not take a look at our new menu to see what we can offer your school!
Travelling Light provides engaging activities where pupils can grow in confidence and creativity; as well as supporting their curriculum work. We are committed to building long term relationships with schools and providing high quality projects at affordable prices.
Head Teacher of Victoria Park Primary School, Jack Lacey, said:
“Travelling Light provided an experience the children will never forget. They worked closely with our staff and inspired pupils, parents and staff with their infectious enthusiasm. It was excellent value for money too”.
To download our menu and see all our offers click here.
To book a workshop or to find out more about how we can support your school, please contact our Creative Learning Officer – Lizzy Cummins:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 0117 3773163
Pupils from Barton Hill Academy
The Dahl Project 2016
Colleges and Universities – How we can support FE and HE
We are also happy to talk to you about new ways of engaging with students. This could be through a one-off bespoke workshop, or through a long term partnership with your education setting.
Karen Mizen, ESOL Tutor at City of Bristol College described one of our workshops as:
“Fun, engaging and inclusive”
To find out more, contact our Creative Learning Officer – Lizzy Cummins:
email@example.com or 0117 377 3163
Our Work Experience interviewing duo, Rhea & Eddie chat with Saikat
about Strictly Balti and taking the show up to Edinburgh
Travelling Light as an Arts Award Supporter
Travelling Light is an Arts Award Centre and Supporter.Arts Award’s unique qualifications support young people to develop as artists and arts leaders. We offer expertise and resources to help children and young people achieve their Arts Award; ensuring everyone can have access to high quality arts and culture.
We are trained to deliver: Discover, Explore, Bronze, Silver and Gold. Click here to download some examples of how you could get involved.
You can find out more about Arts Award at www.artsaward.org.uk.
2016 Work Experience students who we supported to get their Arts Award
Each year we offer 6 students (aged 14-18) the opportunity to join us for one full week’s work experience. We are unable to accept placements outside of this week.
The dates for 2017 are: 3rd – 7th July
Please note that all work experience placements are now fully booked for 2017.
We will publish dates for 2018 at the end of the year. Placements are allocated via application form and interview.
For any further queries please contact our Creative Learning Officer Lizzy: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 0117 377 3166