A report on Starcatchers' Expecting Something project in 2020-21, working with young parents and their young children aged 0-2 years.
Report on Expecting Something in Lochgelly, Fife, a community engagement project for young parents and their babies.
Report on Expecting Something in Wester Hailes, Edinburgh, a community engagement project for young parents and their babies.
Stripy Nest was a project with Canal View Primary School, Edinburgh in 2019, supporting children with ASN transition from nursery to P1.
Report on Creative Kin, 2017 - 20 – a two-year pilot project delivered in partnership by Children 1st and Starcatchers.
A report of Starcatchers Creative Skills training in 2018-19, a unique artist-facilitated training programme for Early Years practitioners.
Talking Tales & Moving Matters were two artist-in-residence projects that took place in formal early learning and childcare settings in 2016
A report on the Creative Skills project in 2015-16, supporting Early Years practitioners to put creativity at the heart of their practice.
In 2015, Starcatchers and the National Galleries of Scotland delivered Wee Wanders which explored engagement with a pre-school nursery.
In early 2015, Starcatchers and the National Galleries of Scotland delivered an Early Years Families Programme project called Toddle Tours.
A report on the Creative Skills pilot project in 2015, supporting Early Years practitioners to put creativity at the heart of their practice
Evaluation of the Starcatchers project, Expecting Something, a creative engagement project for young parents and babies in Edinburgh.
The Playground was the first large-scale residency project delivered by Starcatchers after becoming a constituted
organisation in 2011.
Summary report from the Inspire Project carried out by Professor (Emeritus) Aline-Wendy Dunlop and a team from the University of Strathclyde
Evaluation of our two year pilot project exploring the creation of theatre for children under the age of three with their parents or carers.
Today Museum: Play report detailing findings from sessions delivered by Today Museum Parkhead, Starcatchers and Platform, funded by Scot Gov
How do you feel when the school bell rings? Out of School Care in Scotland Consulting with children age 4-6, funded by Scottish Government.
This research was conducted for the Young Audiences Group by Culture Radar.
In August 2019, Starcatchers and SUPERFAN's production Little Top, was part of the Made in Scotland Showcase at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Between May - June 2017, Starcatchers' and Curious Seed's production of MamaBabaMe toured to several venues across Scotland.
Between April and July 2015 Starcatchers and the RSNO’s production of Hup toured Scotland to venues and communities across Scotland.
In Autumn 2016, The Shape of Things, a production by Starcatchers and Branar Téatar, embarked on a tour of Scotland and Ireland.
Practical and creative ways to explore schema-based play with children from birth to 5.
Through arts and creative experiences little ones are learning that they have a voice. Learn more by reading our Making My Mark Resource.
Read the Creative Skills Information Resource which shows the role of arts and creative experiences within an early years rights context
Including Wee Inspirations, Expecting Something, Big Inspirations, Creative Kin and Girvan Creative Babies
Starcatchers Annual Report 2019/20, including Little Top, Expecting Something, Music Hall Babies, Stripy Nest, and Sound Kinnections.
Includes, MamaBabaMe, The Attic, Sprog Rock, Expecting Something, Creative Kin, ArtFelt, Fruitmarket project, Music Hall Babies, Erasmus
Includes MamaBabaMe, The Attic, Hup, Expecting Something, Creative Kin, Sprog Rock, Forward for Families campaign
Includes Blue Block Studio, Hup, The Shape of Things, Play This Way, Wee Wanders, Moving Matters, Talking Tales, Time to Shine, and more.
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