You don’t want her in your group…’Challenging disruptive behaviour into creativity
Autumn term 30 October
Time: 7.00pm to 8:00pm
Location: The Friends Institute, Highgate
Want to set up an exciting project for your pupils/clients but worried about behaviour management?
Does a child or client with challenging behaviour keep missing out – you want to include them, but cannot tolerate their behaviour?
This session offers practical ways to explore developing discipline boundaries whilst keeping everybody engaged, involved, feeling valued and working co-operatively on exciting arts projects.
Sarah studied music at the University of Birmingham, but has supported and facilitated community arts workshops since she was a teenager. She now teaches art, music and drama in primary, secondary and special schools and recently recruited and directed a brand new children’s chorus for Midland Opera’s production of Turandot. For BCAT she has worked with learning disabled elderly service users at Deelands Hall and in Balsall Heath and she is one of the facilitators for the BCAT Starz project. Sarah is passionate about improving access to the arts and the opportunities her work brings for her to meet new people and learn new perspectives. Her favourite colours are blue and green and in her spare time she loves dancing and African drumming!