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Inclusive Stories Festival with Heather Molloy

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Heather Molloy is a children's author and storyteller who specialises in creating and delivering inclusive and accessible storytelling and performance opportunities for people of all ages with additional support needs (ASN) and profound learning and multiple disabilities (PMLD). Heather is also the Programme Lead for PAMIS (promoting a more inclusive society) and their project The Arts End of Somewhere, which brings together authors and storytellers to develop multi-sensory stories with people with PMLD in their community. In this event, Heather will lead us through a wonderful storytelling session, complete with sensory stimuli.

This event is part of the Inclusive Stories Festival, created for children in Scotland's special schools and other settings that support children with additional support needs.

When: Tuesday 19 July 2022

Who: Settings operating over the Summer holidays, including holiday clubs, residential units, special schools, community groups and other groups supporting children with additional support needs.

Where: Your school/setting (in any Scottish local authority)

Cost: Fully funded

Audience: Age 3+. Please note our audience guidelines should be used as a rough guide only. We encourage you to share events with pupils of all ages and stages if you think they'd enjoy taking part!

Audience size: Small groups (max 25). Please contact us(this will open in a new window) if you have multiple groups that would like to apply.

Deadline: Friday 24 June 2022, 5pm

Registration for this event is now closed. This page is for information only.

The Inclusive Stories Festival is part of Sensory Storytelling, our three-year programme which brings the magic of author visits and the many benefits of books and sensory storytelling to pupils in Scotland's special schools. These events have been designed for children with additional support needs in mind, and can be easily tailored to meet the requirements of the children in your setting. Our Scottish Book Trust team are also on-hand to support you with the events and are happy to provide advice, guidance, or discuss any requirements in advance of the event, to ensure your children and young people get the most out of the experience.

For more information please contact rachael.laburn@scottishbooktrust.com(this will open in a new window)