For the past three years, Circus in Education has directed a social circus program at Coraki Public School. We are pleased to have received national recognition of the positive outcomes of this project through a feature slot on ABC’s 7:30 Report.
Here at Circus in Education, we are committed to creating and maintaining COVID-safe practices. We have put in place a wide range of procedures and risk management strategies to ensure that we are complying with the latest government issued advice.
Circus incursions are our specialty. So it makes sense that we are always seeking to improve our formula to create an incursion experience that leaves participants excited and wanting more.
A beautifully crafted show, Strong Lady tells the story of Betty Brawn – a lady of great strength who breaks down gender stereotypes. Throughout the show Betty Brawn, played by circus artist, Charmaine Childs, tears whole novels in half, breaks steel chains and lifts two grown men into the air to form a human carousel!
Students from Lawrence Public School have responded to their recent circus performance with some fantastic pictures and writing.
The True Strength show combines acrobatics, balancing acts and comedy in a heart warming tale. Through high level hand balancing skills and witty story telling this show delivers an important message for all young people.
School circus workshops at Coraki Public School have demonstrated the positive effects that circus can have. These positive outcomes have been made possible through partnerships formed between Circus in Education and Spaghetti Circus of Mullumbimby. For the second year in a row, Circus in Education and Spaghetti Circus have been delivering circus workshops at Coraki Public School with spectacular results.