A Creative Arts project for Key Stage 2 pupils inspired by the bestselling book The Lost Words by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris

        WE OFFER A RANGE OF OPTIONS TO SUIT YOUR SCHOOL AND YOUR PUPILS

 

  •  BRING YOUR PUPILS TO AN OUTDOOR VENUE TO TAKE PART IN CREATIVE   WORKSHOPS IN DRAMA, ART AND CREATIVE WRITING

  •  EMBED THE CREATIVITY OF THE LOST WORDS PROJECT IN YOUR KS2

        CURRICULUM

  • ORGANISE CREATIVE ARTS AFTER-SCHOOL ACTIVITY SESSIONS FOR YOUR PUPILS

     For more information about our Lost Words project, get in touch at info@fabulaarts.co.uk

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THE LOST WORDS AT THE NENE WETLANDS RESERVE, RUSHDEN LAKES

We are delighted to be working with The Wildlife Trust BCN and Rushden Lakes both

to offer workshops for local primary schools and to create a Lost Words inspired QR code trail in the reserve.

Underneath is a video we made for an online STEAM event for young people organised by The University of Northampton.

It’s been such a pleasure working with Fabula Arts on this project, based around the Lost Words. We’re always looking for new ways to engage young people with the natural world and working with Fabula Arts allowed us to explore how the creative arts can be utilised in this way. As someone with a more scientific background, it was a real novelty to see how poetry, drama, art and creative writing could be used to get children interested in wildlife and a delight to observe how engaged and enthusiastic the pupils were about the activities. I look forward to getting many more children involved via this programme in the coming months and years- thank you Fabula Arts!

Katie King, Centre Manager at The Wildlife Trust BCN