Vikings! The Quest for the Dragon's Treasure
For Primary 5 to 7 pupils
Get your pupils singing and moving while learning!
An ancient prophecy sends the Viking Queen and her swashbuckling band of warriors off to steal gemstones from the legendary Ice Dragon, while the sneaky Sorcerer Supreme stays behind, planning to seize power. But the wise Villagers foresee that stealing the gems is just the start of their troubles.... Our much-loved, annual Primary Schools Tour is back for the 2023/24 school year, learn more about getting involved!
How the Dragon was Made
For second level pupils
A new theatrical experience to help your pupils celebrate Chinese New Year in 2024: The Year of the Dragon!
How the Dragon Was Made is our retelling of the legend about how the dragon came into being and is one of China’s most ancient tales! It includes online resources to facilitate a class of pupils in performing their own 20-minute musical show in class, including some Mandarin language learning.
The Elixir of Love
For Secondary 3 pupils
Explore our online teaching resources focusing on the expressive arts curriculum!
These lessons are based around the 19th century Italian composer Gaetano Donizetti’s comic opera The Elixir of Love (L’elisir d’amore), and cover topics that can be taught as part of the Art & Design, Drama and Music subjects. Designed to tie in directly to the experiences and outcomes of A Curriculum for Excellence, the intention is to engage pupils’ critical thinking skills, which are transferrable across disciplines, through opera.
The Curse of MacCabbra Opera House
For Primary 5 to 7 pupils
Get your pupils singing and moving while learning - Digital Package
Enter if you dare…It’s midnight and the ghosts of the ancient MacCabbra Opera House are rising from their graves to help struggling writers Compo Zerr and Libby Retto finish their final masterpiece. The Curse of MacCabbra Opera House's learning resources are now available as a digital package, providing you with everything you need to make the project – and a special performance day – a success.
For Primary 1 to 3 pupils
Turn your pupils into musical math-e-magicians!
This cross-curricular project introduces children to the joy of brass instruments and the rich sound world they create, while also supporting delivery of the Early and First Level numeracy curriculum. Resources include a beautifully animated short film which introduces the instruments, alongside lesson plans, slide shows, worksheets and games which explore the relationship between music and maths.
For Primary 3 and 4 pupils
A magical, musical story about healthy eating
Welcome to the world's most magical restaurant! Developed in a series of workshops with over 200 children, Tiny Chef is set in a marvellous, moveable restaurant, The Sūgélán Dragon, and teaches basic Mandarin and the principles of food purchasing, preparation and presentation, with a focus on fresh, healthy ingredients.