Storytelling for Schools + Family/Community Events
Either in costume and character as Agent Green the Dragon Whisperer or just with her singing bowl, dancing drum and colourful outfits, Chloë captivates young audiences.
Make your Book Week sparkle, give your teens skills and confidence, and wake up your sixth formers with a memorable assembly!
Please note Chloë does not work with Nursery or Reception pupils
To see what Chloë offers for Primary Schools (and Junior/Middle Schools) click here
To see what Chloë offers for Secondary Schools click here
What does storytelling do for children and young people?
- Builds vocabulary and associated skills that facilitate literacy
- Develops awareness of the wider world, other beliefs and ways of living
- Sparks imagination, sharpens thinking skills and develops emotional intelligence
– Stories explore courage, justice, quick thinking; empathy, sharing, helping, kindness
- Introduces British Values and, by inspiring a love of traditional British folk story, encourages appreciation of British cultural heritage (in context with the rest of the world); may be able to support the Prevent strategy of Channel (UK government counter terrorism measures aimed at preventing young and vulnerable people from being drawn into extreme views / terrorism)
- Reinforces messages about Stranger Danger and Bullying.