Gallery (Projects and activities)
Showcase newsletter group Jan to March 2020
The showcase young editors have been meeting up for 2 years now and discussing what needs to be shared, new ways of communicating positive ideas for children and developments to childrens social care (social services) , and they have decided to rebrand and revamp the exisiting showcase newsletter. Since January our young editors have been meeting with each other to decide a new name for the newsletter and to work on some projects and awareness raising piece of art such as bullying awareness and online safety.
Please view below some of the images from the group
If you would like to request an article space or to share your views about the newsletter with our young editors. Please complete the forms below. There is one accessible for children and young people and also one for staff members or adults who work with children and young people.
Movema world dance 10 week project
‘Chinese New Year – Earth element’
Between November 2019 and January 2020 a group of 11 children worked with Movema world dance company on a Chines New year themed project. Staff from Childrens social care attended to support and to get involved too. We all had so much fun and learnt a lot of new skills. The children involved want to continue working wit Movema and plan to do so in the future. Look out for new projects starting and some online dance sessions within the meetings and events calendar.
Summer Project 2018
Every year we team up with Liverpool council and Collective encounters to facilitate a summer project which helps the children who attend to explore ‘art’. Most of the children don’t usually realise that ‘art’ is every part of their everyday life, so they take a journey through a week packed full of activities and are supported to challenge or enhance their views and perspectives. Here are some of the photos that we captured within the summer project ‘Finding your Happy’ 2018.
(Thank you to Abi at Collective encounters and to our wonderful group for making the project so much fun and enjoyable.)