2 thoughts on “Music and Movement: Helping Babies & Children to Develop”

  1. Hi Helen / Beth
    Thanks for the post and glad that the course was useful to you.

    Am interested to hear more about how you think music and movement can adress an equality agenda. I know from discussion with education staff that music and rhythhm can be very important in developing early reading skills. Am hoping this is something we could look at within Support from the Start as way of leanring more about working jointly on early years health and learning / attainment agendas.

    Regards

    Steven Wray

  2. Scottish Storytelling Centre
    Training and Development Events:
    Health and Wellbeing

    “We never had so much need of storytelling and its healing powers.”

    George Mackay Brown, poet, storyteller and patron founder of the
    Scottish Storytelling Centre
    Stories play a crucial role in our ability to relate to each other and the world around us. In an ever-changing world, storytelling provides an invaluable vehicle for the creative sharing of thoughts, experiences and feelings, and is a useful tool for building confidence, communication skills and resilience, and facilitating personal and community development and transition.

    It’s no wonder then that Health and Wellbeing plays a key role in our 2009/10 Connecting with Stories training programme. Ranging from events exploring emotional literacy and sensory stories, to intergenerational storytelling and storymaking, the programme brings together a wealth of skills and experience from professional storytellers working across a range of health and wellbeing settings with people of all ages.

    Bookings: 0131 556 9579 or reception@scottishstorytellingcentre.com

    Storytelling and Mental Health
    Saturday 3rd October 2009, 10.30am-4.30pm
    Join storytellers, professional staff and carers in a full day event exploring storytelling across a range of health and wellbeing contexts. Share and discover ideas, best practice examples and innovative and exciting approaches to stories and storymaking with children, young people, adults and older people. Led by a creative team from the Scottish Storytelling Centre, including Millie Gray and Lesley O’Brien.
    £32 (£26 Scottish Storytelling Network members)

    Stories to Live By: Storytelling and Emotional Literacy
    Monday 26th October 2009, 10.30am-4.30pm
    Emotional and behavioural issues in the 10-14 age range can be a pressure point and spill over into a additional learning support needs. Can story provide a language for emotional literacy and a way of addressing the big themes appropriately? Journey, transition and growing up are at
    the core of the world’s great stories. Led by Michael Williams, Ruth Kirkpatrick and Wendy Woolfson.
    £32 (£26 Scottish Storytelling Network members)

    Life Storying: Reminiscence, Autobiography and the Art of Story
    Saturday 21st November 2009, 10.30am-4.30pm
    How to evoke, shape and share your own personal stories. Is there a particular skill to life storying, and how do you create personal connection between your story and those of others? Led by Millie Gray and Noel Cochrane.
    £32 (£26 Scottish Storytelling Network members)

    Between the Generations: Sharing the Stories
    Saturday 28th November 2009, 10.30am-4.30pm
    Society needs places and spaces that bring the generations together, from Grannie and Grandpa stories to the fresh discoveries of the early years. This day of participatory workshops and storytelling performances is for two, three or even four generations to attend together. Full details to be announced in the Scottish Storytelling Centre’s What’s On events
    programme.
    £32 (£26 Scottish Storytelling Network members)

    Sensing the Stories
    Tuesday 5th January 2010, 10.30am-4.30pm
    Can narrative be a means of exploration and expression for those with disabilities and additional support needs? For this day the whole Storytelling Centre will become a multi-sensory laboratory for ‘learning through the senses’. Led by a creative team from the Scottish Storytelling Centre.
    £32 (£26 Scottish Storytelling Network members)
    Scottish Storytelling Centre

    43-45 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1SR
    Reception +44 (0)131 556 9579

    reception@scottishstorytellingcentre.com

    The Scottish Storytelling Centre is a registered Charity No. SCO 11353

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