Thursday, 2 December 2010

Malcom Pomroy comments on The Study of Tears project:

"Luckily I had some involvement in Tears project from the work in Selly Oak Trust School to visiting both the summer residencies and speaking to pupils since.
They all got a tremendous amount from the work, from those who were accessing dance as a tool to explore science for the first time to those who were more experienced in this art form and were more confident to use movement and film in their exploration.
The benefits go beyond the understanding of scientific concepts, important though they were. Self esteem, confidence and the chance to show what they could do in a creative and accessible way meant more. They were valued and able to contribute their ideas on equal terms.
On behalf of all pupils involved, thank you."

Malcolm Pomroy, Assistant Head (retired) Selly Oak Trust School.

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