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Achieving Resilience Through Play and Drama - an information and consultation event - 27 March


The School of Liberal and Performing Arts at the University of Gloucestershire are lead partners of a three year European project: ARTPAD (Achieving Resilience Through Play and Drama). The project explores the use of drama and play for supporting teachers and practitioners working with children and young people to promote engagement with learning.

Following a year long research phase with four other countries they are eager to present their Best Practice Guide and discuss development of their training course.  This will be delivered by drama and play specialists at the University for teachers and educators working in formal and informal settings.

To find out more about the course an event is taking place on Wednesday 29th March 2017, 09:30 - 14:00

at The Growth Hub, University of Gloucestershire, Oxstalls Campus, Gloucester.

To register contact Eventbrite  (bookings close on Monday 27th March

If you have any questions, please contact Kelly Conibere by emailing kconibere@glos.ac.uk  


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