On Wednesday 31st January, P1 and P2 and L2 English classes enjoyed improvised and interactive clowning sessions. The children were very engaged with well-known tales, movement and story making activities.

These kinds of learning experiences are full of value. The playfulness that comes with improvisation engages students fully and they really feel part of their learning leading to unexpected positive outcomes. It can also strengthen the classroom community, making possible the opportunity for all students to take on positive roles in the classroom.

Hilda Sheehan, P2EN2 Teacher