Storytelling for children

Do you want to book a storytelling session for your school, early years setting or home education group? Or maybe you want a private storytelling for your family, or a small gathering you are organising?

Whether you are looking for nature connection stories, traditional Scottish tales, or just to be whisked away to that magical place that proper storytelling transports you to – Sarah is available for interactive storytelling sessions that will be enjoyed by all that attend.

As well as storytelling, Sarah is a nature therapist and trained children’s & toddler yoga teacher. Sessions can involve movement, nature connection, and art play. Sarah is registered with Scotland’s PVG scheme for working with children and with vulnerable adults

To discuss booking, please contact Sarah via email at sarah@wildstoryweaver.com

The story is told eye to eye, mind to mind and heart to heart

– Scottish proverb

Sarah is an amazing storyteller. When we first were in contact she asked me what my class was studying. We were studying fairy tales. When Sarah zoomed into my class, (Covid-19 lockdown), my class of third graders were quite excited to meet her. Sarah told a Scottish fairy tale, which she said might be familiar to us in the U.S. My class was focused on Sarah, smiling and laughing, truly enjoying the telling of the tale. Everyone was excited to share riddles at the end of the story. We were sorry that our time was up. The next time Sarah came to class, it was our last week of school. The children were anxiously waiting for Sarah to join our Zoom session. Again, the class was very focused on the story, listening carefully to her tale. We had a lovely discussion after the story. My students were very sad when our time ended. 
Phyllis Miller. Glendale, CA USA

I signed my girls up to listen to a story telling from Sarah thinking, “if they don’t enjoy it I will!”
Turns out Sarah is a story telling wizard. We were all absolutely on the edges of our seats, enchanted.
Sarah is very talented. Her pace and emphasis were perfection, and her story choice was memorable – almost a year later and my girls will say, “do you remember that story about the Giant and the midges?”
Not only was it nice to do together but it was very nostalgic to me to have a story told to me – I’m usually telling the stories. Loved it so much.
Laura

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