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World Environment Day Performance For KS1 & KS2, Settle Stories


Free KS1 & KS2 Streamed Storytelling Performance 

Your children are the future of the planet and their love of it will change our world. 

World Environment Day is celebrated across the globe on 5th June every year. It is the United Nation’s principle way for encouraging awareness and action for the protection of the environment. 

For World Environment Day 2021, celebrate the magic and wonder of our natural world through stories told by award-winning storyteller, Tamar Eluned Williams. Let your imagination run wild and journey to hidden parts of the animal kingdom and the bottom of the seabed. 

Together with your pupils take up a call to arms to pave the way for a brighter future for the planet, inspired by stories of change and collaboration. Inspire your children to be environmental heroes, and to care for every creature in the world, from the tiniest microbe to the hugest elephant.


There are two live performances tailored to different Key Stage groups

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