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 Stepping Stones Theatre in Education


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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Stepping Stones Theatre in Education (view company features page)

England


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