Moving Matters: Play, Create, Imagine

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Creative movement artist Skye Reynolds led a 5 month residency project at Hillend Children’s Centre in Greenock which aims to explore the impact consistent creative movement sessions has on the children, parents and staff.

Talking Tales

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Andy Cannon delivers a pilot project looking at playful ways to explore language and support language development with children aged 0-3 using stories and storytelling.

Wee Wanders

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Starcatchers worked with the National Galleries of Scotland on a new pilot project called Wee Wanders with help from the children, staff and parents at Canal View Nursery School.

Expecting Something 2015/17

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Expecting Something works with new, young and expectant parents under 25 and their babies in Wester Hailes, Edinburgh and Lochgelly, Fife, providing a weekly safe space to spend time with their babies and peers whilst engaging in artist-lead creative activities.

The Creative Revolution

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Starcatchers celebrates the Creative Revolution Day at the Festival Theatre in March 2015

The Shape of Things

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In 2015, we developed a work in progress called The Shape of Things to a group of parents and babies in Edinburgh. We secured funding from Creative Scotland to tour the new re-developed piece for 6 months – 2 year olds in Autumn 2016.

Creative Skills Phase 2

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We deliver a series of ground-breaking Creative Skills training courses for Early Years workers and students in a number of local authorities across Scotland

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A quirky quartet of playful musicians create an enchanting classical music experience for 0 – 24 month olds and their grown ups.

Play This Way

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On Wednesday 18 November 2015 we helped The Scottish Government and Aileen Campbell MSP launch a new book by Tim Archbold called ‘Play This Way’, along with the help of children from Royal Mile Primary School.