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16th April 2013 Sara Lock

Engaging schools – the style of our lives project

By: Sarah Bedell

This report outlines the process and outcomes of The Style of Our Lives, a LIFT project with the aim of celebrating the ‘theatre of the streets’ as represented by individual style and dress,  that took place in Stoke Newington in 2000.  Find out whether the aims and objectives of the programme were met, how the work was evaluated, and what recommendations for future activity are made.

LIFT had three projected outcomes for the overall project:

  • expanding the relationship developed with Willian Patten Junior School in Hackney and its place as a social force within its community
  • extending the audience development initiatives of Quantum Shifts
  • deepening the knowledge and experience of members of the LIFT Teacher Forum


| Published:2013

Smart tags: schools participants participation education community audience development

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