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Ignite Creativity & Nurture Young Minds:
Puppetry & Wellbeing Programmes for Primary Schools

At Imaginari Theatre, children become emotional explorers and join us on magical adventures into the world of emotions.

Through our puppetry shows, workshops and exclusive resources, children learn about different feelings in a fun and creative way. All our activities are specially designed to support children's creativity, emotional awareness and self-regulation while enhancing the PSHE, DT and English curriculum delivery. 

Explore our latest initiatives below and learn how to bring these projects to your school.

This one-of-a-kind programme allows children to experience puppetry's magic and explore their emotions in a fun and engaging environment. With various activities tailored to different age groups, our programme helps children develop important social skills, empathy, and emotional intelligence — all while having a blast!

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Children are in for a delightful treat with the enchanting puppetry show, Ophelia's Shadow Theatre, accompanied by a hands-on shadow theatre workshop. The programme also enhances the PSHE curriculum by skilfully incorporating Mental Wellbeing themes in an enjoyable, imaginative, and impactful manner.

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Using everyday household items, children will learn how to make their own puppets and make them come to life. They'll also gain insights into essential wellbeing skills like emotional awareness (for KS1) and empathy (for KS2). 

At Imaginari we offer bespoke puppetry workshops perfect for schools looking to provide a unique and creative experience for their pupils. Whether you're exploring puppetry as an art form or working on a special theme, we can help you make your dream project come to life.

Contact us today to see how we can help you spark creativity and expand your educational experience through our hands-on workshops.

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Explore exclusive classroom and home learning resources, allowing children to creatively explore various Mental Wellbeing topics within the PSHE Curriculum guidelines. 

Dive into the most recent studies on children's creativity and wellbeing through our curated articles.

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