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Finding Robin’s Rainbow

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Finding Robin’s Rainbow is our online interactive experience for 4-8 year olds and their families to enjoy at home using storytelling, mindfulness, drama and craft activities. It’s designed to help children connect with themselves and their environment and we use a multi-sensory and inclusive approach so children of all abilities can participate fully.

Willow and Robin are best friends, who love reading books, eating ice cream and hanging out at the beach together. Until one day, Robin moves away and all the colour disappears from her world.

Watch the videos and take part in the activities as you follow Robin, Willow and their pal Teddy on an exciting adventure to a magical forest and a beautiful beach, where you’ll help Robin rediscover all the colours of the rainbow, and maybe find something for yourself!

Finding Robin’s Rainbow aims to give children imaginative tools to help them self-care and support their mental wellbeing. This project is supported using public funding by Arts Council England.

For families experiencing digital poverty, we are publishing our first storybook. In partnership with The Core Theatre and Corby Library, families in Corby can pick up the storybook version of the project, along with a craft pack so that they can take part in the adventure, and join in the activities. Finding Robin’s Rainbow storybook outreach project is supported using public funding by Arts Council England and Northamptonshire Community Foundation.

Project Development

In May 2020, we ran a pilot project to inform and develop our digital adventure concept. The experience consisted of a series of narrative videos and activity sheets that invited an audience of children aged 4-8 and their families to engage with the story of Robin, Willow and Teddy as they searched for Robin’s lost feelings.

We made our pilot version in consultation with mindfulness expert Dr Mike Scanlan and accessibility specialist Dr Rebecca Higgins, with the aim to improve and promote mental wellbeing by equipping participants with self-care tools for future use. Following an unprecedented uptake both locally and nationally, as well as overwhelmingly positive audience feedback, we were delighted to receive further funding to make Finding Robin’s Rainbow.

Join the adventure!

Fill in and submit the form on the link below and we’ll send you a link to the Finding Robin’s Rainbow videos to follow through at home!

Sign up here!

Audience Feedback

It was fresh, bright and engaging. Love the activities.

I thought it was beautiful, emotive and immersive.

It really sparked (my daughter’s) imagination…she’s made herself a teddy toolbox to look through when she feels sad.

Brilliant to do with a very anxious child. Thank you.

Project Funders

Thanks to Dr Rebecca Higgins and Dr Mike Scanlan for sharing their expertise for our research for this project.

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