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By Lucy Hubery


TPTAOP BUYS 1 Touring pantomimes


We’ve asked PTAs and schools about the resources they love, and what they’ve spent their well-earned funds on...


54 AUTUMN 2019 pta.co.uk


Full of energy, magic and fun, a pantomime will provide a colourful, musical experience for everyone from EYFS to Year 6 and beyond. But not every child gets the chance to see a pantomime at Christmas time. Touring theatres give schools the perfect opportunity to offer this experience to their pupils, who can enjoy fabulous costumes, spectacular scenery, lively music and great actors in their own school. Having a company come to your school takes away the expense and hassle of taking the children to the theatre, so why not book a pantomime to come and perform at your school and provide an unforgettable Christmas treat for your pupils?


WHERE TO BUY touringtheatre.com


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2 Musical instruments


Playing and learning a range of instruments during a school lesson can encourage both language and maths skills, improve coordination and provide a feeling of achievement for children. The joy of music should be available for all children so why not enhance or increase your school’s musical instrument collection? There are a wide variety of instruments available for classroom use: from ocarinas and recorders, and the easy-to-learn and portable soprano glockenspiel, to wooden percussion sets and a five-piece drum kit. Why not start your own school band and get them to perform at school concerts and PTA fairs?


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