When your creating a space for the community to chill out, try something new and develop their own ideas. It seems to make sense to create publicity that feels like to project is in development and wants the input of the locals!
Learning english should be fun!
We all remember the teacher at school whose lessons were fun and engaging. More importantly, we remember the content too. Having fun has such a lot of benefits — not only do you learn the language, but you make friends and feel like you belong.
Creative English plays on this by using drama, puppets and games to teach English to those with very few or no language skills. Scenarios are inspired by real life and have soap opera style story lines that run from week to week.
12 page booklet for Creative English run by Lifeline Projects down in Dagenham.
Board game advertised on beer mats? The Light Project Peterborough are using these beer mats in pubs and cafes, to create a space, through their city centre chaplaincy work, to listen and support people while having a little fun.
New Connect2 magazine for Trinity Churches. Also suppled as a flip book for web use…
Have a browse…