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Leah Robinson

The professional world in which today’s children will find themselves, is very different to the workplace of today. Digital media is the new global language. Imagination and creativity are essential to the job roles of this innovation driven workplace.

Mind Creativity is  a new, unique approach developed by Leah Robinson, to help equip upper primary school children for multitasking in their mediated digital world. Mind Creativity is a system incorporating a variety of exercises carefully designed to unlock your child’s creativity and develop self confidence, problem solving skills, resilience, and of course FUN! Leah sees her students achieve the satisfaction of achievement – while developing important technical and software skills that will take them into the future.

These unique programs take students from their foundations in traditional drawing and painting into digital outcomes such as; photo stories with special effects, narration and soundtracks; photo illustrations; graphics; animation and video. Technology is used creatively – as an imagination amplifier – not for its own sake.

As an experienced visual artist of both traditional and digital media herself, Leah believes that true creativity arises from the child’s internal world. So all within a nurturing and stimulating teaching environment which encourage the qualities of communication, balance, reflection, insight, flexibility and empathy. Workshops are limited to 10 students only. Suits years 4 – 6.

Testimonials

“The best thing about the course was expressing our own thoughts to create our own Photo Story.”
– Harrison year 6

“The best thing about the course was learning to animate and getting to draw more often. You were great at teaching.”
– Paris year 5

“It’s the best.”
– Ayden year 5

“The best thing about the course was animating of course! I found it really enjoyable and I so badly want that program! You are perfect!”
– Harrison year 6

“The best thing about the course was learning to use Flash and make awesome movies.”
– Tom year 6