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  • Cirkör cirkuspedagogik. Foto: Linnea Svensson Arbab Foto: Linnea Svensson Arbab
  • Cirkör cirkuspedagogik. Foto: Linnea Svensson Arbab Foto: Linnea Svensson Arbab
  • Cirkör cirkuspedagogik. Foto: Linnea Svensson Arbab Foto: Linnea Svensson Arbab

For schools and municipalities

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It should be fun to learn
Shows, pedagogy and workshops. In our educational programs, we offer a variety of activities for schools and organizations:

  • Circus trial sessions
  • Circus in schools subjects for example Circus Math
  • Lectures
  • Shows
  • Workshops and further education

Cirkus Cirkör has toured schools with contemporary circus for many years, and our circus trial sessions, shows and workshops can be realized in most places. How would you like to meet Cirkus Cirkör? We offer shows and pedagogical activities. Choose a one-day visit with workshops or a collaboration that runs through an enire semester. You can also, with our help, tailor a contemporary circus activity to your specific needs. We start by looking at our various concepts and then we tailor the activities to suit you. Learn more about our different programs in the right menu. Feel free to contact us for more information: pedagogiskaprogram@cirkor.se or tel: +46 8 555 537 34.

Preschool
For us at Cirkör it is important that children get to experience alternative ways of learning and that they learn through play. A visit from us can mean anything from having a fun day the children will remember for a long time, to helping the entire pre-school expand its creative way of thinking!

Elementary school
An popular combination is to start with an inspiring "Circus de Luxe" show that in a subsequent circus workshops allow students to meet the artists and maybe even learn something of the circus tricks they have just seen. Cirkör encourage you to have the artists who performed for the students also come back and work with the students as pedagogues.

Schools for children with functional diversities
Children and young people are often defined by their functional diversities. At Cirkör we look at what an individual i capable of doing not what they are not. A function diversity is often seen as a shortcoming or weakness. But a shortcomings can be a strength. A child with motor impairments may be good at being present when she walks the tightwire. A child who is overactive and has difficulties focusing can be very creative and come up with many ideas. Our pedagogy is based on highlighting the uniqueness of each individual.

Circus exercises are very easy to understand. When you juggle and drop a ball it is clear you might have held your hand in the wrong position. It becomes equally noticible when you roll of the edge of a floor mat. Your body was not positioned correctly. Circus makes the body's various functions easy to grasp.

Frida, Cirkör Pedagog

For teachers and pedagogues
If you are interested in learning how to use circus as a pedagogical tool please contact us at: pedagogicalprograms@cirkor.se