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The Wombles – the original eco-warriors – are coming to the Ouseburn! Discover how the author Elisabeth Beresford hoped that her stories would encourage children to fight pollution and think up ways to ‘make good use of bad rubbish’. In this workshop we’ll look at how we can help fight climate change and what rubbish we can use for good, as well as heading out around the Ouseburn Valley together to see how we can help look after our urban environment and discuss what we could do to improve it.

Seven Stories understand that early years education is the foundation of a child’s future development. It is in these formative years that a lifelong love of learning is developed and nurtured. Seven Stories is here to support teachers and educators by developing an educational programme that not only encourages a love of reading but supports critical thinking, personal, social and emotional development and communication and language skills. Seven Stories will help to build confidence, resilience and perseverance using a range of different texts, both fiction and non-fiction, role-play, rhymes and poems.

Key info

Suitable for: EYFS

Age Groups: Under 5

Subjects: Art & Design, English

Topics: Animals, Habitats & Environment, Reading, Stories, Storytelling, Team Building

Type: At Venue

Duration: 1 hour

Cost: From £5.50 per student

Dates: Ongoing

SEND: Yes - suitable for students with SEND

We regularly check that the costs and information are the latest and most up-to-date. However, please contact us directly if you need any further information or have a particular question. Unless specified otherwise, all prices include VAT.

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