Projects For Communities
At Vivace Theatre School we thrive upon finding creative and engaging solutions to unite communities and tackle social problems.
Our projects are carefully designed with the participants needs at the heart of the process. They can be used to...
Promote personal development, build confidence and improve teamwork
Explore themes such as internet safety, peer pressure, knife crime etc
To gather information and assess and explore a groups opinions
Vivace Outreach projects represent excellent value for money and we may even be able to help you identify sources of funding for your ideas.
If you have an idea for a project call us now to discuss it on 07740 585506 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Image from Clydeside Story a large scale multi arts partnership project with Plantation Productions in Govan
Projects for Schools
Vivace education projects aim to inspire, engage and promote the academic achievement of all students.
Ever considered teaching maths through an active streetdance workshop? Or punctuation and literacy through drama and devising theatre? Or maybe physics through music or film making?
ACfE challenges teachers to engage their students in vibrant cross-curricular learning. Through interdisciplinary working this new approach to education in Scotland aims to be less crowded, better connected and offer more pupil choice and enjoyment. We aim to support schools as they embark upon this new and exciting time by being experts in our field - devising creative, active learning experiences that are lots of fun!
Vivace Artswise connect artists and educators resulting in a powerful and flexible vehicle for learning. We offer quality affordable workshops and CPD training throughout Scotland.
All Vivace Artswise workshops focus on core curricular outcomes and link the 4 capacities of aCfE by developing:
Successful Learners through enhancing enjoyment, engagement and motivation for learning.
Responsible Citizens through group activities promoting whole team awareness.
Effective Contributors through participatory workshops with a collaborative approach.
Confident Individuals through supported expressive activity.