Circus for Schools

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Circus For

Schools

WHAT IT IS

Circus Factory aims to use the teaching and learning of circus skills as an innovative educational tool that challenges young people in a creative and non-competitive environment.

Using the key principles of Social Circus, our primary focus is that students have fun in our workshops and can therefore more easily gain further benefits of taking part in circus such as: learning to take risks, perseverance, physical activity, imagination, self-expression and trust in others.

Who it is for

Circus for School is suitable for all ages with variations on activities offered to suit the age and ability. We have developed bespoke programmes for Transition Year students and can deliver longer programmes that fit into the Transition Year learning modules.

What We Offer

We offer fun activities such as Juggling and Hula Hoop plus additional activities depending on the size and nature of the class area.

These can be as simple or as skilled as the participant is willing to try. Our classes improve hand to eye coordination, promote physical activity in a fun non competitive environment and can help to improve concentration and focus.

We encourage group activity, participation and promote progressive learning and the confidence to try out new things. We can offer single introduction classes to longer term weekly programmes.

Who we have worked with in the past

  • Bunscoil na Toirbhirte NS, Mitchelstown - Creative Schools 2021
  • Boherbue NS, Boherbue - Creative Schools 2021

How to contact us

For more information and to discuss options for your school please contact

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Reviews &

Testimonials

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Kilter Matter and Ghosts at Cork Midsummer FestivalRead more +10 June 2024 By Marketing in For Adults, For Artists, For Community, Member's News

Kilter Matter and Ghosts at Cork Midsummer Festival

We’re so excited for Natasha Bourke’s ‘Kilter, Matter and Ghosts’ at Cork Midsummer Festival. Natasha (Tash) is a Cork-based interdisciplinary artist of Irish/Dutch descent with a fine art and extensive movement background. Her practice spans performance, film, photography, installation, archive, text, drawing and sound to contemplate themes in a surreal, playful and sincere way. She
Lady Mayoress Coffee MorningRead more +14 February 2024 By Marketing in For Community, Important

Circus Factory wows at Lady Mayoress’ Coffee Morning in Cork City Hall

We’re delighted to attend the Lady Mayoress’ Coffee Morning this morning on Wednesday February 14th where Circus Factory’s Artistic Director, Cormac, was asked to perform. The coffee morning was in aid of Marymount. Cormac aka Captain C-man, a ‘street performance world champion’ and a master at showing off flaunted his skills to anyone and everyone
World circus day 2024 open callRead more +31 January 2024 By Marketing in For Adults, For Artists, For Community

World Circus Day 2024 Open Call

Do you want to join in on one of Circus Factory’s favourite days of the year? Are you interested in being part of World Circus Day 2024 Celebrations on April 20th? Then keep reading! This is an open call to get involved as a Professional, a Practitioner or a Volunteer Some key details: Tech Rehearsals
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