ANNOUNCING THE 2017 CSEC THEATRE ARTS RESULTS

Congrats to our 2017 class who worked hard to complete this 2-year course in 1 demanding year. “Of the 11 students, the results were very pleasing with 9 Grade 1s and 2 Grade 2s.” This from Managing Director and tutor of the course, Varia Williams “we are happy with how... ReadMore

Mustardseed performing at NIFCA Independence Gala 2016

This year the Mustardseed children have been asked to perform at the NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE FESTIVAL OF CREATIVE ARTS 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF INDEPENDENCE GALA.   We are honoured to be performing with writer, poet, actor and spoken word artist ADRIAN GREEN. This national event will be held at the Kensington Oval on NOVEMBER 20,... ReadMore

MUSTARDSEED THEATRE ARTS SUCCESS ONCE AGAIN

Mustardseed CSEC Class having some fun
Once again the Mustardseed Productions has reaped success with all passes in this year’s CSEC Theatre Arts exams. With 8 grade 1s and 4 grade 2s, the 12 students from varying backgrounds, coming from different secondary schools across Barbados met every Saturday morning for 1 school year to study, learn... ReadMore

Students Reflections on Theatre Arts CSEC 2014/15

12 Students from this years course reflect on what they expected from the course and what they got out of it 9-months later. Let's take a peep into their journals: What Do I Expect To Gain From the Course?     Ché-Annika Mayers   At the end of this class I expect... ReadMore

With 7-Days Left, Another Generous Donation

With just over a week to go of its Mustardseed TV funding campaign, we are pleased to announce a most generous contribution from The Maria Holder Memorial Trust*  This brings our total raised so far to $16,000, almost one-third of our target of $50,000. Over the past term, cast and... ReadMore

Discipline the Mustardseed way

In any environment where children are having fun, there are usually 1 or 2 who will get carried away with the excitement. When this situation rises to the level of distraction or disrespect, time-outs are generally recommended.  These are accompanied with a conversation with the student about appropriate behavior in... ReadMore

Do you have a Child you consider to be shy?

At Mustardseed we try to discourage the ‘SHY’ labeling,as we find it is often put on children before they can develop their own little identities for themselves. They often grow up hearing that they are shy before they even know what it means and this may become an inevitable self-fulfilling... ReadMore