Colonial Tales (1 hour show) - British Colonisation Interactive History Show

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Colonial Tales. school incursion is a great alternative to the full day "Colonial Show". Providing 1 hour of non-stop fun, educational and accurate anecdotes, this is the show to select if you have a tight budget. The Colonial Tales school incursion presents a hilarious and educationally wonderful experience - a living history of the convict - a journey as seen through the eyes of the children of New South Wales.

Colonial Tales. school incursion is a great alternative to the full day "Colonial Show".

Providing 1 hour of non-stop fun, educational and accurate anecdotes, this is the show to select if you have a tight budget.

The Colonial Tales school incursion presents a hilarious and educationally wonderful experience - a living history of the convict - a journey as seen through the eyes of the children of New South Wales.

Sergeant Kennedy, the Wench or Convict James Murphy takes the students on a trip through the annals of time to the convict days and the early colony of New South Wales.The students relive the Voyage of the First Fleet, raise the King’s Colours, attend work orders and then this is where the fun begins as your students and school experience participation in a recruitment of soldiers into the New South Wales Corp and the arrest of a student convict.

Designed to provide more educational information than hands on interaction and fun, the 1 hour alternative show is a great alternative.

The questions are ...

  • What to do with the convict?

  • Can the students hold their wits and tell the story of the Black Velvet Band and how the British Government introduced the practise of Cribbing which framed tradesmen for the crime of theft?

  • Can they bear to hear the serious, yet funny stories told by the characters and the reason they were sent to the Colony of NSW?

Colonial Tales (1 hour show) school incursion is an informative performance filled with facts and student participation based on the Human Society and Its Environment (HSIE) Syllabus "British Colonisation" and can ALSO be incorporated in the Connected Outcomes Group Support Curriculum (C.O.G.S) Syllabus.

This is an affordable show for all schools and there is only one way to find out if your students can dual with the Sergeant, laugh with the convict or believe the wench and that is to let your students experience one of the most productive education incursion in Australia.

Colonial Tales is an interactive show right in the safety of your school grounds.  It is a perfect event to have at your school to encourage, stimulate or enhance what the students are learning and is one of the best educational resources in Australia.

The Colonial Tales school incursion was written by qualified and experienced school teachers and is well scripted to enhance the learning outcomes taught in the school classroom.
 
LEARNING OUTCOMES IT MEETS:

  1. Describes events and actions related to the British colonisation of Australia and assesses changes and consequences.

  2. Explains the roles played by significant people during the British colonisation of Australia as a penal colony.

  3. Allows the audience to acquire and critically evaluates information from other material.

  4. Describes people’s interactions with environments and identifies responsible ways of interacting with environments.

  5. Identifies issues about the care of places in the community or places of importance to them.

  6. Demonstrates real, authentic and complete case studies of different people in the Sydney region following British colonisation.

  7. Reflects upon & evaluate the skills that audience has used to acquire information.

  8. Allows audience to accept specific roles & responsibilities.

  9. And many many more.

The Colonial Tales is available for the following school levels:

  • Kindergarten to Year 6, Primary Stage 1 to Stage 3 and

  • Year 7 to 10

The Colonial Tales is available in most areas of Australia, including but not limited to:

  • Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Area/Regions :
    The whole of the ACT Territory

  • New South Wales (NSW) Area/Regions :
    Albury, Blue Mountains Region, Central New South Wales, Coffs Harbour, Far West, Hunter New England, Illawarra Shoalhaven, Lower Western, Murrumbidgee, New England North West, North Coast Region, Northern Rivers, Orange, Port Macquarie, Riverina, South Coast Region, South Western Sydney, Sydney, Tamworth, Tweed Heads, Western NSW, Bathurst, Capital Country, Central Tablelands, Country NSW Region, High Country/Snowy Mountains Region, Hunter Region, Lismore, Maitland, Narrabri Region, Newcastle, North West Slopes & Plains, Northern Sydney, Outback New South Wales, Queanbeyan, Snowy Mountains, South Eastern Sydney, Southern NSW, Sydney Metropolitan, The Murray, Upper Western, Western Sydney, Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Central West Slopes & Plains, Dubbo, Hunter, Illawarra, Lord Howe Island Region , Mid North Coast, Nepean Blue Mountains, North Coast NSW, Northern NSW, Northern Tablelands, Outback NSW Region, Richmond, South Coast, South West Slopes, Southern Tablelands, Sydney Outer Suburbs, The Murray Region, Wagga Wagga, Wollongong

  • Queensland (QLD) Areas/Regions :
    Brisbane Metropolitan, Cairns / Far North, Central West, Fitzroy, Gold Coast, Mackay, Northern, Thuringowa, Wide Bay-Burnett, Brisbane Outer Suburbs, Capricorn, Darling Downs, Fraser Island, Gold Coast / Sunshine Coast, Moreton, Rockhampton, Townsville, Bundaberg, Central Outback, Far North, Gladstone, Hervey Bay, North West, South West Queensland, Whitsundays

  • South Australia (SA) Areas/Regions :
    Adelaide Hills , Barossa, Fleurieu Peninsula, Limestone Coast, Yorke Peninsula, Adelaide Metropolitan, Clare Valley, Flinders / Outback, Murraylands, Adelaide Outer Suburbs, Eyre Pen, Kangaroo Island, Riverland

  • Victoria (VIC) Areas/Regions :
    Ballarat, Bendigo, Central Highlands, East Gippsland Coast, Goldfields, Great Ocean Road, Lower Goulburn, Melton, Murray, Otways, Port Phillip, Shepparton Mooroopna, Southwest The Otways, The Bays Port Phillip, The Wimmera, Upper Yarra, West Coast Shipwreck Coast, Western District, Yarra Valley, Bellarine, Central Coast Bass Coast, Central Victoria Yarra Valley, Geelong, Goulburn Valley, Greater Melbourne, Melbourne Metropolitan, Mildura, Northeast Victorian Alps, Ovens and Murray, Pyrenees, South Gippsland, Sunraysia, The Grampians, Upper Goulburn, Victorian Alps, West Gippsland, Western Port, Bellarine Peninsula, Central Gippsland Coast, Daylesford / Macedon, Gippsland, Grampians, High Country, Melbourne Outer Suburbs, Mornington Peninsula, Northwest The Mallee Sunraysia, Phillip Island, Riverina, Southern Riverina, Surf Coast, The Mallee, Upper Murray, Warrnambool, Western Central Highlands/Tablelands, Wimmera

Price Information:

  • The Colonial Tales is priced on a per person/ticket charge, with discounts for bulk purchases.

Travel Charges:

  • There are no travel charges charged, regardless of the location.

Teacher/Customer Resources Available:

  • There are no resouces available.

Staff Qualifications:

  • All performers are either trained and qualified teachers or have degrees/diplomas or certification in Performing Arts.

Level 36, Gateway 1 Macquarie Place
Sydney
2000
New South Wales
Australia

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