Then we have the Tayberry Enterprise accredited sensory storytelling apprenticeship scheme, which has attracted funding through The Keys to Life Development Fund. We are pleased to be working with Tayberry Enterprise to help train their storytellers in techniques that will help them share and tell multi-sensory stories to a variety of audiences. As part of this project we all spent a beautiful day at Corbenic near Dunkeld and shared stories and song in a wonderful story and music sharing and training day. The project will be coming to other areas of Scotland soon, for further information please contact Anne Everett-Ogston, Project co-ordinator at: [email protected] www.tayberryenterprise.org. The three storytellers already undertaking this apprenticeship are coming with us on our journey with the development of our Irish multi-sensory stories.
On Monday March 21, Jason and Channing, the multi-sensory storytellers from Tayberry Enterprise continued their voice coaching at PAMIS with Joanna. This was followed by a training session from Claire and a sharing of our Sligo story trip with the storytellers, visiting students and staff, from Lilybank Resource Centre in Forfar. This training day was held in preparation for a future visit to Lilybank in a few months time by the Tayberry storytellers.