Do you enjoy using your imagination to create stories? Do you like history and learning about people who have moved to Birmingham? Do you love working with other young people to create something special?
Join our ‘Journeys to Birmingham’ Summer School, perfect for young people aged 7 – 12.
Created and led by Sampad South Asian Arts and Heritage and taking inspiration from the highly successful ‘From City of Empire to City of Diversity’ exhibition, this summer school will delve into the history of Birmingham and use stories from its diverse residents to look at how Birmingham has changed from a City of Empire to a City of Diversity. Using performance, children will explore themes of migration, identity and belonging and at the end of the summer school, the children will be invited to share what they’ve found with their parents or carers.
From the 21st – 24th August (10am-3pm).
Cost: £50 /£75 for 2 siblings
Comments from Summer School 2021
“The children really touched my heart with what they shared and how this taught them so much about Birmingham, their own heritage, others heritage and also about society in general.” Parent/guardian
“It was great to learn so much about Birmingham. Amazing to see the kids so confident and strong on stage. Really educational and inspiring work.” Parent/guardian
Children’s comments from Summer School 2021
“I would like to do this again, really fun and met new friends.”
“Yes, because it was fun learning about everybody’s heritage.”
“I get to learn new things about people.”
“I would love to do something like this again because I found it really fun.”
“I would because it was fun learning about the history of Birmingham.”