True storytelling - Spark Encore: Education Stories
Thursday 30th June
Door price Â£12 (Â£7 concessions)
Spark are teaming up with The Steve Sinnott Foundation for a night of true stories and fundraising in support of their campaign for Education for All. We’ll be showcasing some amazing true stories about education as well as inviting the audience to share their education stories with us in an open mic section.
Expect stories that take you back to your own schooldays but also stories that reflect the variety of experiences of education that people have both nationally and globally. Stories of inspirational teachers and students. Stories from educators and from people who have experienced education.
Tickets Â£10 in advance. Â£12/Â£7 on the door.
Doors open 7pm, with stories fromÂ 7.45pm. Please note Exmouth Market Theatre is a cash-only venue, with many ATMs in the area.
The Steve Sinnott Foundation and Education for All:
The Steve Sinnott Foundation supports the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal to ensure that every child has access to quality education by the year 2030.There are currently 57 million children across the world still witjout that access, The Foundation is working to support access to learning worldwide.
Building relationships and working alongside communities supporting access to learning worldwide for all children and young people with a commitment that access must be available regardless of age, gender, sexuality, politics, religion, disability, or ethnic group.
They involve local communities, local teachers and educators, and local governmental structures in a transparent and co-operative way of working. They promote programmes that are fit for purpose, sustainable and replicable using elements of an education model that promotes positive learning experiences.
â€œNo child should be denied the transformative power of a great educationâ€
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