PSHE Through Performing Arts

Part of the series Inspirations

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Solihull Music Service brings together 24 schools to take part in performing arts project called Ten Tribes, exploring PSHE issues such as inclusion and belonging.

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This programme follows the pupils from the beginning of the project as they work alongside media and dance artists. Children from a pupil referral unit work on an animation sequence, while those from other schools collaborate to produce props.

Ten Tribes climaxes in a show at Birmingham's Symphony Hall where the pupils form a choir and dance group to perform specially written work.

PSHE issues are explored in a creative environment as pupils from primary and special schools are brought together to create a performance.


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    • Ten Tribes
      14 May 2009 - 19:50

      So so proud of the achievements of all the pupils involved in this project.
      The artists in residence were truly fantastic and MADE the project a real success.
      A big thank you must go to the SLT team at Solihull Music Service who drove the project throughout and ensured at EVERY stage the project would be a success- thank you to the Assistant Head of Service (Richard Jones) and Tim Low (Head of Service)- it was your TOTAL support and committment to the project that ensured it's success. I look forward to the next commission! :-)