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Nene Education Trust


Being creative about moving to the next stage


As the dramatic arts begin to emerge from the shadows of the pandemic, Silhouette Youth T eatre is taking an exciting mix of dance, drama and music to primary school children. In a series of ‘takeovers’ Silhouette will be challenging mainly Year


6 pupils in schools within the Nene Education Trust to look back over their time in primary school before they take the big step towards secondary education. Beginning at the end of April and carrying on throughout May, the


Silhouette team will be visiting Stanwick Primary, Windmill Primary, St Peters Primary, Woodford Primary and Newton Road Primary, as well as working with the Year 2 children about to move up from Raunds Park Infants School.


The aims of the events are for the children: - To have fun, enjoy themselves and to be creatively connected


- To work together with friends in dance, drama and songwriting - To be creative and to enjoy working in the performing arts - To come together as a class and have a day they won’t forget


Leigh Wolmarans, Director of Drama at Silhouette, said: “T is past year has been incredibly tough for all of us, but children in particular have missed so much through not being together with their friends. T e end of primary school is a massive thing for children and the message we got last year was that children didn’t have that big fi nale, they were telling us that they didn’t feel like they’d really left the school. “We want this year to be diff erent and to give


them a really exciting day when they can unpick the primary school years and look at the good times, the bad times and how they have changed along the way and put that into some form of performing arts.”


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