‘Oh no, I’m not a very creative person.’ How often have you heard someone say this? Maybe you have even said it yourself?
Too often the assumption is that you are either a creative or an academic type. But this is simply not true - creativity isn’t an elusive gift possessed by a lucky few or reserved exclusively for the arts.
Join Adam Lea of Pocklington School as he helps reawaken your innate creativity through the potent Power of Play. All you need to take part is a pen, paper and a willingness to play!
This interactive family session will feature discussion and exploration, interspersed with playful interactive elements. Why not take part with your family and reconsider your capacity for creative thought and reconnect with the idea of play?
Ideally, please print out a copy of 30 circles on A4 (PDF , 274kb) for each person to use - but plain paper will also do.
This is a YouTube Premiere event. You’ll be sent a link to the screening a couple of days before it takes place, as well as a reminder an hour before. You can ask the speaker your questions live in the YouTube chat throughout the stream.
About the speaker
Adam Lea is Head of Drama at Pocklington School. He has worked at both maintained and independent schools across London and spent three years at an international school in South Korea. He is a Resident Deputy Housemaster and a trustee of local youth charity Young People Count.