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Stepping Stones Theatre in Education

   
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England

  Stepping Stones Theatre in Education is no longer in existence. The Artistic Director was Darren Daly.

Vision  
Stepping Stones was a partnership between National Trust Theatre Projects and Derby University Theatre Studies. Stepping Stones was a graduate theatre company delivering theatre in education at National Trust properties.

The aim of the company was to to raise awareness in the community at large through the children's experiences of environmental and conservation issues.

 
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Productions and Projects

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Whose Land Is It Anyway?
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2001
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Whose Land Is It Anyway? was an interactive, theatre-in-education countryside performance which explored environmental and citizenship issues. The project took place outdoors at National Trust Countryside Properties and was aimed at Key Stages 2 and 3 pupils.

The issues addressed included: access versus conservation; does everyone have the right to use the land?; litter problems; farming issues; rights of way; is the past more important than the present or the future?

The children were able to learn about debating, listening and speaking skills, a variety of environmental issues and about everyone having the right to be heard and understood.

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Food for Thought, Wild-Life & Breathing Space
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2001
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We toured three new environmental dramas during summer 2001 at National Trust properties:

Food for Thought
dealing with issues of farming, supermarkets and consumer power
Wild-Life
dealing with issues of wildlife and conservation
Breathing Space
on our choices of transport and their impact on the environment.

Touring to:
Quarry Bank Mill, Styal, Cheshire
Attingham Park and Dudmaston Park, Shropshire
Speke Hall, Liverpool

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