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Vic and Qld - Welcome to Term 4!

8 October 2018

Everyone else - enjoy your last week of holidays.

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Watt a triumph!

5 October 2018

Go to Watt in the Melbourne International Festival of the Arts.

One man on stage telling the story of Watt, one of Beckett's lesser known novels.

Adapted and performed by Barry McGovern. It's simply superb.

Playing now to Sat 13 October, Arts Centre Melbourne. Details

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Melbourne International Festival of the Arts now on!

4 October 2018

Lots to see and do in this year's festival.

Go to here to see all. Our marketing coordinator, Issy, is going along to Watt tonight. We'll let you know her opinion.

Image: Prize Fighter

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In Perth? Get along to the AWESOME festival.

3 October 2018

On until 12 October.

Book tickets here

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All Australian Schools on holidays this week.

1 October 2018

Enjoy your sleep-ins!

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Happy Spring Equinox Everyone!!

23 September 2018

Longer hours of daylight - yes!

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Last day of term in Vic and Qld

21 September 2018

Have a great break you guys!

One more week for everyone else....

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100,000 students booked into our events this year!

20 September 2018

Thanks for supporting Shows For Schools!

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24 Questions to Ask Before You Book a Theatrical Incursion by Laura Cooney

19 September 2018

Booking a live performance for your school is a big commitment. 

(Experienced arts professional, Laura Cooney, pictured left, provides you with a check list. Laura's own company The Playground Craze, tours into schools nationally)

Laura writes: 

There are many companies offering in-school theatrical experiences and they vary in price, quality and professionalism.  While you can never know for sure until you have actually seen the show, there are questions you can ask to find out if the incursion is the right fit for your school.

Here are some questions you can ask before you book.  Choose those that are most relevant to your situation.

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Chocolate milk aids recovery after sport

18 September 2018

Ok, with school holidays and summer looming, alot of us are thinking of getting fitter.

Here's a fun fact to sweeten your exercise program.

Trial data here

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Don't drink alcohol though! Bad for recovery, repair and can contribute to swelling. Read all the bad news here 

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Last week of term for Vic and Qld!

17 September 2018

Want to book some events before the end of term but need advice re the best events to suit your program? You're welcome to contact us at admin@showsforschools.com.au

We'd be happy to help. No charge.

Image: The Playground Craze in Resilience Rocks - available nationally.

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Developing Resilience - Don't protect children from failure.

16 September 2018

Parents and teachers often try to protect children from the consequences of failure, but in doing so, the children don't learn resilience. The old adage is true. We learn from our mistakes.

Here are a few suggested approaches

1. Don't protect children from low-risk natural consequences.

2. Use the experience of failure as a chance to grow and learn.

3. Remind the child that negative emotions come with failure and that's ok.

4. Give praise for effort but don't give inflated, untrue praise.

More details here

Interested in events around Resilience? Check out what's available on SFS here

Image: #GoodEnough, incursion (VIC)

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