Posts Tagged ‘school’

Sennen School Stop Motion film

Posted on: 27th January 2021 No Comments

We thought it would be nice to make a little film to share some of the children’s responses to the Kemeneth project packs we delivered to Sennen School in winter 2020. We’ve loved going through children’s responses and it’s been brilliant to be able to collaborate with PK Porthcurno and learn more about the local history […]

Children Consider Kindness and Communication

Posted on: 14th January 2021 No Comments

It’s not that long ago that people communicated via telegram to countries around the world via submarine cables that landed in at Porthcurno and Sennen that would revolutionise global communication. It’s staggering to think about how fast our means of communication have changed and the perfect time to reflect on this as the pandemic forces […]

Children at Sennen School reflect on lockdown

Posted on: 6th January 2021 No Comments

As we enter another lockdown, we are tucked away opening envelopes filled with children’s responses to the first lockdown. This past year has been a challenging one to say the least and it’s so important to process what we’re going through, reflect together and share our stories. Whatever our age, we are all impacted by […]

Stitching Stories in Four Lanes

Posted on: 7th February 2019 No Comments

Creatively interpreting a collection of gathered stories is always an exciting part of the work we do at Storylines. It’s a way of making stories accessible to many more people, instigating new conversations and providing opportunities for contributors to have fun and explore unexpected ways of documenting their memories. Our recent workshops with the Starlings […]

Devoran School get to know Rhoda Mary

Posted on: 20th July 2017 No Comments

Last Friday saw the turn of the younger members of the Devoran community to hear all about the iconic vessel, the Rhoda Mary, which was built close to their village. Our Memory Day in the autumn in Devoran Village Hall had provided us with rich pickings in terms of people willing to share their stories […]

The Legend of Dupath Well… rewritten!

Posted on: 10th March 2017 No Comments

Spring is nearly here and all around us primroses, snowdrops and daffodils are joyfully blooming… We have been tucked away editing these last few months and have just finished this rather humorous film, documenting the workshops we delivered with some very creative and talented children from Pensilva and Calstock Primary Schools. The workshops were part […]

School children inspired by local landscape stories

Posted on: 18th August 2016 No Comments

If you have never visited Carn Grey, just outside the village of Trethurgy in the Clay Country, then we strongly advise you do! Here, an ancient rock perches on the edge of a disused granite quarry, providing the most amazing 360 degree views of the landscape, which… as all landscapes are… is layered with wonderful […]

Pigeons return to Trevanion Culverhouse

Posted on: 5th August 2016 No Comments

June saw Storylines and its suitcases travelling to yet another part of Cornwall as part of the ‘Landmark Travels’ Project. This time we returned to Wadebridge to find out all about Trevanion Culverhouse, a mediaeval pigeon house. Working with children from the Elder School we explored the life and rearing of pigeons during this time […]

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 […]

Stories in Clay- ‘Linking Lifetimes’

Posted on: 2nd May 2016 No Comments

Since our last update on the ‘Linking Lifetimes’ project, our lovely group of adults have continued their visits into Crowan Primary School, to exchange stories and collaborate with children. It has been great to see so many of the adults returning each session and the classroom has come alive with laugher, chatter and excitement. In […]