Caroline Stephenson

It’s June 2021 and time to welcome the leaders of the G7 to Cornwall. Even with the wonderful learning techniques here, I doubt that I can really teach them anything, but you never know! That is why I have launched the Green Fridays Blog. Just go to Green Campaigns to find it. And please do SHARE!

Introduction page

If you keep scrolling down you will find 5 films that record the ways Covid impacted on this local Par area and the lessons we should learn going forward. Together, we survived and together we will thrive!

Learning can take many forms, not simply sitting at a desk or computer. And through my career I have explored many different approaches, most of which can be viewed in the Films section.

As a musician, I’ve always believed that rhythm has a strong role to play, plus movement, stories and songs. You will find more about this in ‘Better’ section above.

But more recently I have embraced far more practical, hands-on kinds of making challenges, some indoors but most out in the fresh air!

This is a tapestry of Covid heroes in Tywardreath church. We learned by trial and error! Another section is at Par Track Cafe.

As described in the films below, it’s time to find positive ways forward and new ways of working. So, in partnership with Eden Project and St Austell Print Company, I’m now pleased to offer school visits, plus a free Green Actions booklet and opportunity to sign up in support. Find out more in Green Campaigns.

We can’t wait to get going with our new 2021 ‘Betterways2Learn’ activities, shows, walks and ‘re-set’ for a Carbon Neutral future!

Come and visit our new

Tiny Theatre


School Visits

Our focus is history of mining, & a greener future. Everything is planned to meet the needs of the particular students in the group. It is usually best to work with half of a class. With this personalised approach we hope to address particular concerns after lockdown, and inspire a love of learning.

find out more

Green energy education
Outdoor challenges
Early rhythm development