The Snake Prince



Are you at home attempting to educate and entertain your offspring?

Do you fancy a frolic with some folktales?


I don't know about you, but my current reality - attempting to work with wild offspring howling, prowling and scrabbling about a forest of disorder (and frequent discontent) - feels, on occasion, stranger than a tale told by our Brothers Grimm! 


So, who is up for some story-orientated escapism?


 LIVE on Facebook, TUESDAY and THURSDAY every week at 10.15AM

Join me for a short and simple story-orientated English session that uses story as a springboard for sharpening English skills - it's all about getting creative and being accidentally educated!


Age? Everyone! Four to forty and onwards! Afterwards, don't forget to visit my Story Blog to grab some tips, links and suggestions about what to do next for the inspired among you!

Let's share stories to escape the strain of the day and provide a TOTAL DISTRACTION from all things virus-like!





These sessions are totally free but if you would like to donate towards supporting The Square Food Foundation who are doing an incredible job of feeding Bristol's most vulnerable families during this time of crisis, please keep an eye out for the donate button I'll be adding to all my associated Facebook posts! Thank you!

The Elder Tree Witch
The Snake Prince
How The Whale Got His Throat
The Giant's Causeway
The Giant's Causeway
A selkie story
The Merman
Norweigan Folktale - East of the Sun, West of the Moon
Norse myth - Thor's Wedding
Arthurian Legend - Emrys and the Dragons
Scottish Folktale - The Tale of Tam Lin
Hansel and Gretal - as told by the mighty Michael Rosen!
Scottish Folktale - The Tale of Tam Lin
Icelandic Folktale - Bukolla the Magic Cow
Little Red Riding Hood by The Brothers Grimm
The Blue Belt
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