You are the people who keep this venture alive with your ideas, challenges and expertise!
Lucy Cooke has just qualified as a Storysharing Tutor, submitting a really impressive portfolio to demonstrate how she leads training and implementation in her school. Lucy will be co-teaching a Creative Education webinar on gaining a voice through story with pupils who have profound learning difficulties. https/:www.creativeeducation.co.uk. Lucy will be posting some of her experiences on the site
Gill White is a parent, working as well with the PAMIS charity for children and adults with profound disabilities, in Dundee. Look at their website for fab resources and ideas…www.pamis.org.uk. Clare Cummings and Amy Meredith work at Three Ways School. Lucy O’Neill works at Wilson Stuart School. Rachel Barker from Dorothy Goodman School works with autistic youngsters and has been combining Storysharing with other relevant approaches – she will be writing about some of these ideas soon on this website. Thanks to all for contributing thoughts for the online course.
Our first online graduates were Ashleigh Paddon, Jess Meredith Wickes and Jade Cook. Ashleigh is a Speech and Language therapist who has a wonderful website at https://the-therapy-tree.com; Jess is well known to you all as one of the stars of Abbie’s hospital visit, and has been using Storysharing for some years; Jade Cook is the Director of Spectrum Community Arts (www.spectrumca.co.uk ).