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Performing Arts to Help Stamp Out Bullying


The Unearthed PA Challenge offers a chance to discover the Performing Arts with other school students from schools across Buckinghamshire in the UK. We are looking to unearth the UK's hidden talent and to give students the challenge of discovering themselves and a love of the arts.

The Challenge aims to build confidence and skills through performing and provides helpful notes from expert adjudicators. The Challenge is open to all school students who can sing, dance, act, recite, do circus skills, play an instrument or write thier own compositions, it will be a unique opportunity to meet others and experts in the same field and compare performances. The festival will last over two weeks and culminate in a Schools Spectacular, combining performers from different schools in a closing night event to showcase the best of the best.

As part of the development process of the Festival we will be looking at ways that the Performing Arts can be used to help reduce bullying and teach tolerance and other ways of handling aggressive behaviours. This will be done through advertising, events and challenges set up for school to be involved in and for kids to help kids who are bullied.

Founding Director Andrew Stopps will be appearing on BBC's Radio Four to talk about the Festival and for more information please visit the Festival's Official website below.

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