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Year 11 ASDAN Students have a Story to Tell

ASDAN students from Year 11 perfected their storytelling skills on a small, but very live audience of pupils from Year 2 at St Mary's Primary School on Thursday 10 December. The four Bradon Forest ASDAN students had each written their own unique story suitable for the specific audience as part of their Level 2 qualification. The actual performance of the story to a live audience was an extra that they opted to do themselves.

The students said, "It was nerve racking to start with but fine once you started. It was great to see the children really enjoy a story that you had created yourself.  They  were very spontaneous and really joined in."

Mrs Harper said, "It was a tremendous success and the St Mary's pupils were an excellent audience, they really enjoyed the session."

 

Developed and managed by practitioners, ASDAN grew out of research work at the University of the West of England in the 1980s and was formally established as an educational charity in 1991.

ASDAN offers a range of nationally approved qualifications based around the development of personal, social and employability skills, with Levels 1 and 2 (Intermediate) qualifications being comparable to GCSEs.  

More information about ASDAN can be found on their website at  http://www.asdan.org.uk/home.