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Hoodwinked Arts and Literacy Education Programme
Robin’s Tales – Where stories take flight!

Fifty-two schools from across Nottingham will join the excitement of Hoodwinked through the Robin’s Tales arts and literacy education programme, which brings the Robin Hood legend to life and re-imagines the tales for a new audience.

Children at the launch of the Hoodwinked education programme with Boots UK

Children from Blue Bell Hill School join the launch of the Robin’s Tales education programme with the Hoodwinked Education Partner, Boots UK.

Robin’s Tales offers schools the chance to decorate their very own BookBench as part of this amazing city-wide learning programme. The BookBenches sit on the Hoodwinked trail, alongside the Robins, in neighbourhood community spaces, such as libraries and leisure centres, in the area where the school is based. At the end of the trail, BookBenches will return to schools as a permanent literacy “inspiration station”. Schools can also take part in a range of other great arts and literacy programmes as part of the project and teachers will receive free training in supporting children’s reading comprehension and Arts Award.

This programme is now full and is for Nottingham City schools with primary aged pupils.
For more information about Hoodwinked: Robin’s Tales, please contact gareth@oppnotts.org.uk

Robin’s Tales is only possible with the genorous support of our Education Partner, Boots UK, and Teaching Support Partner, Browne Jacobson.

Hoodwinked 2018 - A Twist on the Tale

Hoodwinked 2018 – A Twist on the Tale