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Have a cup of tea!

Following on from our Cinderella dance spectacular, the Parent Council will be offering refreshments in the dining hall to raise funds for the school. So why not relax and join us for a cup of tea and a festive mince pie (£1 what a bargain!) and buy a raffle ticket to win a hamper of goodies. 9 more words

Primary 6

Faces from the studio and a few good articles

Here are some Innisfree Art Studio faces! We celebrated fall by doing some leaf rubbings, and learned a new skill by braiding clay. Maggie and Emma even got to create their favorite animals- cows and “doggies”! 641 more words

Art Therapy

Welcome to Narnia

P7 have begun work on a really exciting project with the Lyceum Theatre based on their Christmas show, ‘The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.  We have visited the Lyceum for a back stage tour and even got to stand on the stage!   51 more words

Primary 7

Music is an important creative outlet for me. The divine moves through me and brings forth songs that often surprise and move me deeply. Today a musician friend was working with me on a song I had written about a homeless man I had met in town. 93 more words

Treasure for Alzheimer's - Reflections

The following is the Foreword from the newly-released book, Treasure for Alzheimer’s – Reflecting on experiences with the art of Lester E. Potts, Jr., by Richard L. 1,618 more words


Lets Build Resilient Children in the Early Years

Lets talk about building resilience in children especially in the early years. Resilience is one of the most important social skills children can learn in their early years. 857 more words


An Excerpt From a Traveling Dance/Movement Therapist

I landed in Nicaragua at 10pm with a small duffel including my essentials of clothes, toiletries, a buddy band, 12 scarves and a speaker. I had arrived to do… 739 more words

Expressive Arts