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Tiny Tales Storytellers was set up in 2013 to support oracy, literacy & creativity in Pre, Primary & Special Needs education through storytelling & drama.

Storytelling and the use of stories is embedded in the National Curriculum from Early Years right through to Key Stage 2 in both spoken English and the practice of talk to write or oral rehearsal.


The development of oracy skills is key to providing a rich learning environment across the curriculum for young people of all ages. Storytelling plays a key part in oracy education using speech and language to develop thinking, knowledge, understanding and in turn supporting emotional health and wellbeing.


I work with pre-school through to Key Stage 2 and in Special Needs education both telling and creating stories through interactive performances and drama and storytelling workshops. I can also provide storytelling projects and regular visits. I have an extensive repertoire of stories and all can be themed to support topics across the curriculum.

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Upper KS1 to KS2 workshops between 40 and 90 minutes in length.

Workshops include participation in a story, storytelling & creating exercises.

A story challenge is set as part of the suggested follow up activities provided and a re-visit can be arranged to facilitate the sharing of work. 

Workshops are for a maximum of a class size.


Pre-School to KS2 sessions between 20 and 40 minutes in length.

Sessions encourage participation from the children to help tell the story and often involve a whole host of colourful props and puppets, especially for early years.

Sessions can be delivered for individual classes, year groups or whole school assemblies.


 A Project typically consists of a series of 3 to 5 workshops that explore a story and the themes or topic in more depth and can be adapted for both KS1 and KS2.

A storytelling program involves weekly visits with a class or  intervention group to use storytelling to support the English curriculum.

"The children were captivated. They were inspired to tell their own stories and it was a brilliant way to focus on oracy as a school."

Great Chesterford Primary School, Essex

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