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Latin American Workshops in schools

Discussion in 'Primary' started by jubilada, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. jubilada

    jubilada New commenter

    I had a look at your website out of curiosity as I love all things Latin American. Looks good but you should give information about prices of workshops as that would be a major deciding factor, and the area you will cover.Have you offered a free taster session for teaching staff, or perhaps a reduction for first bookings, to get schools interested? You could also post on the music forum of TES
  2. lisilu

    lisilu Occasional commenter

    Schools have very limited budgets for visits etc and often plan a year ahead. I would suggest that you investigate attending or advertising at the Primary Language Show in London in March http://www.***.com/newsandevents/eventscalendar/primarylanguagesshow2012.aspx and ALL Language World later in March in Manchester http://www.all-languages.org.uk/events/language_world/language_world_2012
    Word of mouth is really useful and if you were to be able to showcase your workshops etc at such events, the word would spread more widely.
    Lisa xx
  3. funambule

    funambule New commenter

    Where are you based? Do you travel around the country?

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