Kinetic Theatre for Science is celebrating its 10th year on the Isle of Wight with its biggest show yet, ‘The Fillacavity Hotel’, which visits the island for a week from 7th November.
Hot on the heels of Jamie Oliver’s school dinners campaign and the focus on the healthy lifestyle advocated by the Change 4 Life campaign, this specially commissioned show focuses on health, nutrition and choosing a well-balanced diet, and is geared towards the Primary science national curriculum.
Science teacher and producer, Graham Scott, said: “This is an important topic in today’s health-conscious society. Teachers are under more and more pressure these days to get this sort of thing right, so we’ve made this show as accessible and inter-active as possible.
“We feel that, ahead of the Teachers’ Standards of 2012, Kinetic represents an excellent value-for-money learning resource for planning out of class activities. Our shows consolidate and extend the knowledge and understanding acquired by the children as required by Standard #4.”
Some Primary schools have already jumped at the chance to use this show as part of their teaching curriculum this term, but there are still some spaces available. Any teachers interested in more information should contact Kinetic on 0208 286 2613.