Shared Learning Experiences
When We Started Singing
This play has been commissioned in collaboration with Rochdale Council and has been created by the M6 Theatre Company.
The play tells the story of Mr Popple who feels lonely during lockdown and finds a way to connect with the neighbours in his street. A lovely and uplifting story for 2020. Click on this link to view the trailer.
The full version of the 15 minute film
The full version of the play with British Sign Language.
A range of creative and fun follow up activities, inspired by the film and designed to help children connect with each other.
Learn how to sign along with the song, so whilst children can’t sing with their voices in school – they can sign with their hands and hearts!
M6 Theatre Company would love to have your feedback about the play.
Bird Behaviour video by M6 Theatre: a touch of whimsical fun for classrooms, encouraging linking classes to explore the question Where do we live? through imagining journeying between their two schools and also reflecting on the environment.
Bird Behaviour powerpoint this links to a powerpoint with the film and follow up. M6 have embedded a short evaluation form into the powerpoint, this will really help them to gather feedback & monitor numbers. You can view the powerpoint as a pdf here
Assembly 1: Theatre play “When We Started Singing” centring around kindness and the character of Mr Popple.
Assembly 2: A follow up from the play, reflecting on the different ways we can be kind to each other.
Assembly 3: A focus on social action and kindness towards the world and nature. Children will have the opportunity to think about how they can look after the environment and make an environmental pledge as part of #iwill4nature.
Kala Sangam Online Resources
Ideal for home learning and classroom teaching, we have created a series of short dance and drama videos to encourage creativity and movement with the school day.
Sign Supported English
We have some really valuable Sign Supported English clips that you can incorporate into your virtual linking programme this year. Find out more