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School Without Walls Conference – 28th September at The Egg Theatre, Bath

by James on July 20th, 2012

Please see below for information on and booking details for this upcoming conference from The Egg children’s theatre and 5x5x5=creativity

SCHOOL WITHOUT WALLS – Breaking Down the Walls of Schools and Cultural Centres

During the Summer Terms of 2011 and 2012, a class of children and their teachers from St Andrew’s Primary School took up residence in the egg for 7 weeks. The school was researching Whole School Transformation. The egg was transforming too.

The stakeholders explored the notion of school, learning, creativity, teaching, partnerships, achievement, citizenship, being a creative person and adult/child relationships.

We invite a debate with the Education and Arts sectors on the transferability of these processes to other schools and cultural settings.

You will hear first-hand from the teachers, children, artists and cultural setting staff who took part: what occurred during the residencies; how the programme was evaluated and how we can learn from this; how the project was funded and how similar projects could be funded; presentations showcasing the work of 5x5x5=creativity over the last year as part of this programme, regionally and nationally.

To find out more view the School Without Walls, Children of the Revolution trailer at


Booking Information

Date: Friday 28th September

Venue: The egg, Theatre Royal Bath, Sawclose, Bath BA1 1ET

Registration: 9.30

Conference: 10am – 6.30pm (including entertainment*)

Complimentary Refreshments: Tea & coffee throughout the day ‘School Dinner’

Cost: £85 plus VAT – including a free copy of the School Without Walls book, DVD,

and the evaluation summary.

To Book: email


* Entertainment and interaction throughout the day in the form of playful contributions from local artists and a dance performance of Ready or Not from Commotion Dance (5.30pm – 6.30pm)

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