Since 2015 CLAP has been working with ONCE. Using motivational activities and drama workshops, with two different age groups twice a month, for blind/visually impaired children.
URBAN ONCE CAMP
For the second year running, one week of activities in English for blind/visually impaired children from all over Spain. We always have a great time acting, singing, dancing, playing etc.
MUSEUM OF PALEONTOLOGY
During the year 2017-18 we have been performing THE MISSING LINK in the Museum of Paleontology in Cuenca. We have performed for Primary and Secondary Schools from Castilla-La Mancha.
CRIEC – CARBONERAS DE GUADARZAÓN
Last year we started to work with the CRIEC from Carboneras de Guadarzaón (Cuenca). We performed one of our interactive shows every month for 100-150 pupils in their 6th grade coming from different parts of Cuenca region.
The success was so great that we are doing it again this year but with a different show of course!
We’re also providing the CRIEC with some teacher training sessions. Thank you CRIEC de CARBONERAS!
A short video about one of our directors being interviewed live on local television!!
After a year or two without doing our teacher training courses (due to some confusion with the new Erasmus + programme) we are very happy to announce that we’re back! CLAP has entered into a collaboration with CURSOS PARA DOCENTES who will provide guidance in the application process for Erasmus + KA1 projects. CLAP will be the course provider. We can’t wait to get started!
LET’S LEARN BY PLAYING. European partnership
How can theatre be used in the classroom to teach a second language?
CLAP coordinated a two year project-partnership with institutions from: France, Turkey, Lithuania, Greece, Italy and Spain.
Combining our teaching ideas and learning experiences we created a database of activities, which can be seen in the following link:
MUSIC MAESTRO! European partnership
After CLAP’s successful first project we decided to coordinate a second project, this time using music as a teaching tool.
We were fortunate to find fantastic partners from the following countries: Estonia, Poland, Portugal, Turkey, Italy and Spain.
Again, if you are interested in the results, have a look at this link:
CLAP in Nigeria
In 2011 CLAP was invited by the Embassy of Spain in Nigeria to celebrate the World Book Day in Abuja where we ran a teacher training course and performed Robin Hood for an international audience.
CLAP in Turkey
In 2013 CLAP was invited to Izmir and Torbali in Turkey to perfom Robin Hood and Happy Farm for more than 5000 students from 3 to 14 in different schools.
CLAP on Spanish TV
Here you have a TV report from AlmansaTV where you can see how CLAP works for Councils and local governments.