2 thoughts on “Creativity at Horningsham School

  1. I love this! It speaks to me in volumes, not least because it is speaking the language of FINDING THE WILL. We introduce Shakespeare in primary schools through Interactive Workshops and Project Weeks but, as worthwhile as this is, it is really all about helping children to gain in confidence, raising their self-esteem, opening up their creative paths, allowing them to shine, practise life skills such as focus, listening, commitment, inspiring them to read and write further and finding the courage to stand up and speak out loud (often in a second language). Watching a film like this is inspiring and refreshing. Thank you Miss Andrews and your staff – you are giving the children in your care a childhood to remember and a start in life second to none. Inspirational stuff!

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