Awakening the aesthetic sense in adolescents and supporting their development can be a real joy. Learning and playing with circus props or taking on a role on stage unleashes creativity and promotes abstract thinking, but also physical coordination and dexterity in young people. The children get the chance to put their favorite story on stage for their parents. Under instruction and supervision, they make their own props and costumes and learn both artistic design and the correct use of various materials and tools.
This work can be offered as part of school hours but also as all-day care. Weekly camps for a multi-day job are also possible. Corresponding concepts can either be provided ready-made or developed and planned together with the educators/guardians. The offers range from circus, fire, dance and theater to film and photography.