This theme aims to provide scope for creativity and innovation; art, dance, music, science, design & technology, physical education, media, photgraphy & ICT, represent a few of the curriculum areas which may embrace this theme.
Movement can act as the stimulus, the medium or the output for this theme.
The opportunities are many . . .
How this theme links to the 8 National Strands
View our case studies relating to this learning theme.
Date: Mar, 2011
Summary: To make the local community aware of London 2012 by celebrating 555 days left to the Olympic Games.
Title: Olympic/Paralympic Art Competition
Date: Sep, 2010
Summary: Raise awareness and interest in the Olympic Games through recreating the original Olympic art competitions that took place 1912-1948.
Title: Canterbury High 20in12 Films
Date: May, 2010
Summary: Students will use the visual medium of animation and use movement to represent their views and ideas around art, culture, sport, healthy & active life style.
Title: Street Theatre workshops and performance
Date: Apr, 2010
Summary: We wanted to teach the pupils some street theatre techniques and apply what was learnt in rehearsal to a performance for the general public.
Title: Pass the Passion – Olympic Torch Mural Design
Date: Jan, 2010
Summary: After news about the competition for young people to design their own Olympic Torch mural in the summer 2009, a number of our children asked to take part.
Title: Under Attack
Date: Sep, 2009
Summary: We wanted to achieve our personal best and showcase our talents by portraying pattern through dance and music.
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