A Wild in Art event in support of Heart of Kent Hospice.

Learning Programme

Our Learning Programme celebrates diversity and creativity.

The Learning Programme, based on original Elmer stories, celebrates different concepts relating to diversity and allows local children the opportunity to be inspired and get creative in fun, hands-on and inspirational arts activities.

As part of the Learning Programme, local schools and community groups have pledged to raise £750 for the Hospice and they’re having a baby Elmer sculpture that they have individually designed and painted. These will be displayed on the trail alongside the large sculptures and will be returned to them once the parade has ended.

Elmer promotes positive messages about inclusivity, courage and friendship and it is hoped our herd of baby Elmer’s will help to create a sense of unity among the young people in and around Maidstone.

Meet our Learning Programme schools and community groups:

2nd Snodland Brownies
Allington Primary School
Archbishop Courtenay CE Primary School
Barming Primary School
Belmont Pre School
Brookfield Infant School
Cornwallis Academy
Coxheath Primary School
Culverstone & Vigo Scouts
Harrietsham C of E Primary School
Holy Family RC Primary School
Jubilee Primary School
Kings Hill School
Loose Primary School
Lunsford Primary School
Palace Wood Primary School
Park Way Primary School
Platt C of E Primary School
Senacre Wood Primary School
Snodland C of E Primary School
St Simon Stock School
St Peters C of E Primary School
Sutton Valence Preparatory School
Sutton Valence Primary School
Tree Tops Primary Academy
Valley Invicta Primary School at Aylesford
Valley Invicta Primary School at Kings Hill
Valley Invicta Primary School at Leybourne Chase
Weavering District Girlguiding
West Borough Primary School
West Malling Primary School
Wouldham All Saints C of E Primary School

 

 

 

Elmer's Big Heart of Kent Parade

Elmer's Big Heart of Kent Parade