Posts Tagged ‘children’

Puppet Performances at Dupath Well

Posted on: 13th May 2016 No Comments

We are pleased to announce that we have another exciting suitcase to add to our collection for the ‘Landmark Travels; Our Past in a Suitcase’ project. As well as suitcases celebrating the landmarks of Treffry Viaduct and Carn Euny, we now have one linked to Dupath Well near Callington. Mrs Rowe and her children of Warleggan […]

How old is old?! Linking Lifetimes continues

Posted on: 6th November 2015 No Comments

When does someone become ‘old’? How about very old?! This is the question we started off with for our recent Linking Lifetimes workshop at Crowan school. Children personal responses were added on the age hoop to give us a starting point for what turned out to be a very interesting discussion about age. What words do we […]

Stories from all ages for Linking Lifetimes…

Posted on: 13th October 2015 1 Comment

The Linking Lifetimes project is now in full flow and we have been busy collecting stories from both adults and children in Praze. After a whole day exploring stories, in all their forms, year 5 & 6 children from Crowan school have been granted the status of Story Explorers! Armed with their Story-Explorer packs and […]

St.Buryan Academy explore Carn Euny

Posted on: 7th July 2015 No Comments

The Landmark Travels project is now well underway, and we recently had the pleasure of spending 3 days with year 5&6 pupils from St.Buryan Academy. The workshops began, as with many Storylines workshops, with a story! In it a small girl awakens in a stable at Carn Euny, confused by how she got there. Set […]

This is our Tree- India

Posted on: 16th November 2014 No Comments

In winter last year, I was fortunate to be able to spend 3 weeks at the Children’s Project Trust in India, working with the 32 children who lived and studied at this school. Turning our bedroom into a makeshift studio, we spent our time there sharing stories, working creatively and making digital stories. Aged between […]

Discovering the past through objects and stories

Posted on: 19th December 2013 No Comments

Earlier this year we delivered a series of workshops to children from St.Mawes Primary School, using agricultural objects from Helston Folk Museum as starting points for learning and creativity. In the first session, children were given mystery objects and became archivists for the day, trying to work out the past use of the objects and […]

A film from the farm- Altarnun School at Rosehip Barn

Posted on: 1st August 2013 No Comments

After lots of hard work, muddy wellies, stories, noise and fun, here is the film we made with the brilliant Altarnun Primary School over the past term- Altarnun School at Rosehip Barn from StoryLines on Vimeo. During a farm visit to Rosehip Barn at Trefranck Farm in St.Clether, children learnt about the history of the […]

Exhibition photographs- Children’s artwork inspired by farming stories

Posted on: 29th July 2013 No Comments

All that hard work by children, teaching staff and the ‘Tallys an Tir‘ team has been brought together and is now being exhibited in style at Heartlands (pool) this week. The lovely bright space in the visitors centre made for a great backdrop for the exhibition, and Heartlands focus on Cornwall’s heritage makes for a fitting venue. […]