IMMERSIVE CAPTIVATING INSPIRATIONAL
WE DANCE THROUGH LIFE
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Our Featured Works
Focus on Visual Arts
The whole project is delivered by Mercurial’s team of artists, who make and present work professionally. We are experienced in communicating our arts practice in educational settings and this is what enables us to really stretch the children’s imagination and ability.
Ofsted Mentioned our Aspire week at Oasis Academy Hobmoor
“Teachers make good use of focus weeks, such as ‘Aspire’ week, to encourage pupils to have high expectations of what they can achieve in life. They use visits and visitors particularly well to provide pupils with meaningful experiences that enrich their learning.” Ofsted March 2015
Oasis Academy Hobmoor as gone from RI to GOOD in just 18 months!Aspire Week Highlights (above, 3mins) and Aspire Week mini documentary (below, 12mins)
Aspire week really addresses SMSC “Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is promoted well” Ofsted March 2015 on Oasis Academy Hobmoor
We Are Dreaming Bigger Dreams for The Future
We recently produced ASPIRE! week at Oasis Hobmoor in Yardley. During this highly engaging week for the whole school, we drew together Guest Speakers and workshops, each day themed around a different area of society and aspirations for life in Modern Britain.
– a keynote by young entrepreneur and UK Young Ambassador to Europe Blessing Maregere
– with Steve Chalke and The Feast bringing together Muslim and Christian perspectives on how faith supports aspiration
Arts and Culture
– Artists Jo Roberts and Ursula Westwood worked with the children and other groups went to Ikon gallery to study Imran qureshi’s work
– leaders from our community groups talked about the steps they took towards the local park, and children took learning walks round their local community looking at things they can change today.
– led by John Hemming MP who worked with the pupil parliament
Through this week we launched blogging in the school and the whole week is documented with videos and pictures
“That was my best week in school, as i got inspired” Year 5 child
If you would like us to organise an Aspire week in your school then
The Quiet Man in FORT takes a stand against isolation, power, responsibility and the crowd.
Created with 84 lads from schools in Sandwell, FORT was Directed and Choreographed by Oliver Scott of Mercurial Dance, and created with Filmmaker Jay Langdell and Composer Andrew Kristy
The aim of Warwick Arts Centre’s Boys Dancing project with is to prove to boys that dance is exciting, engaging, fun and challenging. We want to show that dance is a great mix of spontaneous physical and mental activity – it requires physical strength like in sport and it provides a great workout for the mind.
Full infomation about the project and the other 5 films in the suite can be found on www.boysdancing.org
What a lovely reflection of our school
We can create your own, unique anthem and music video with your pupils
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