Morph’s Epic Learning Adventure on BBC Radio Kent
Lexi, our lovely Community and Events Executive for Morph’s Epic Learning Adventure spoke about our Learning Programme on BBC Radio Kent on the 30th of November.
During the interview Lexi spoke with Adam about what the Learning Programme and Morph’s Epic Art Adventure trail entails, and how schools can get involved.
Lexi commented “We will provide you with your very own mini morph which schools can get creative with and come up with their own design, and also a learning pack and lesson plans to talk about inclusivity and disability in the classroom.”
Tim Longthorne, a teacher from Valence School in Westerham was also interviewed alongside Lexi, as the school was the first in the UK to take delivery of a specially-created model of Morph. The pupils will work together to decorate the 93cm (three feet) high model before it goes on public display next summer.
Tim commented “We received the letter in the post from Whizz-Kidz, and we’ve been working with Whizz-Kidz for many years, as Valence school is a school for students with physical disabilities and complex learning. And so this project really resonated with us, and we thought yeah let’s get on board with this, and also school art is a very accessible subject for our students.”
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