Starcatchers and SUPERFAN are delighted to present Little Top as part of Edinburgh International Children’s Festival; a magical first circus experience for babies from birth to 18 months, and their adults.
From dino-play to outdoor rhythms and messy music, Starcatchers’ Where We Are project became a fixture for many young families across Fife over the last year.
Exploring creative experiences for multiples, themes of displacement and isolation, and connections in how a baby moves: Starcatchers announces recipients of the second round of Play Fund.
A video evaluation of Expecting Something session Up, Up and Away
An insight into Improplay methodology. This workshop will share a toolbox of planning ideas, behavioural management approaches and using non verbal communication with children.
This Christmas, as part of Wee People, Big Feelings, Scots Corner Early Learning and Childcare Centre are explored the story of The Gingerbread Man, focusing on creativity and emotional literacy.
Starcatchers and Children 1st welcomed South Ayrshire Council Leader to outdoor creative play sessions, Oot Playin
Welcome to our new Agony Artist series – where each month we’ll be answering your questions about using the expressive arts with young children! This month, join us for ideas about emotional wellbeing and literacy in the lead up to Christmas!
Dr Katy Smart from the Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford and Oxford Brain Story is running a series of three workshops for Starcatchers.
The Play Fund is an award for two artists or artist collectives of up to £4,000 each to explore their practice and develop new works suitable for an early years audience and their grown-ups.
Welcome to our new Agony Artist series – where each month we’ll be answering your questions about using the expressive arts with young children! This week, our top tips for exploring books and storytelling with wee ones.
Welcome to our new Agony Artist series – where each month we’ll be answering your questions about using the expressive arts with young children! We’re kicking off with the question – how do I know the arts make a difference?
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