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The children visit the Beech House Bakers at home, where they pair up to create unique origami Trophy Booklets, inspired and prompted by poet and part-time chanteur, Dean Parkin.

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This week, the poet Dean Parkin visited Beech House and, later, the school children at Edgar Sewter, to find out more about their special Extra Time skills and achievements and then weave them all into a poetic football team.

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Upcoming sessions

Dr Charlotte Arculus – What Children Might Tell Adults If We Asked Better Questions

Open to early years facilitators and musicians in Lowestoft. Share knowledge, skills and experience to develop personal practice and creativity.

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Curious Minds is a mental health wellbeing project, delivered in partnership with Suffolk Libraries, the Food Museum and the Ipswich and East Suffolk Alliance.

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Brave Art Summer Programme Bury St Edmunds

An arts training course for adults with learning disabilities, Brave Art offers students the chance to enjoy exploring a variety of art forms whilst developing creative and life skills.

Part of Brave Art

at Bury St Edmunds Library

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Enjoy this Extra Time guided meditation as part of our do it yourself sessions

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