THE LONEY TUNES PROJECT
Allie has been a passionate animal enthusiast for the past 14 years. Linking her desire to see people support with therapy animals. Allie enjoys music, Swimming, drums, tennis and joyous experiences. Stand out performances include performing the Mars exploration music
project at the Newcastle Con, achieving a tennis medallion at tennis camp this year, playing music in worship team, and painting her room rainbow with sponged clouds. Allie helped build and design a chicken coop in the project to house Snowy the Chicken and his new girl friends Falcon and Stormi. Allie is delighted to be learning more about animal therapy throughout “THE LOONY TUNES” project and hopes to grow in her independence, growth
mindset, confidence, happiness and in learning more about animals to building into a business were clients can meet the right therapy animal for their needs.
Over the past 12 weeks, I’ve learnt how to use keynote, Present a presentation, Collaborate with our project space group, Help build a safe environment for chickens, Learn about therapy chickens/animals. The chickens digestive track and the proper food to nourish its body and I have
learnt a lot about procrastination as well.
PROGRESS OF THE LOONEY TUNES PROJECT
I found my TRIBE a group of friends to learn with and support me as I explored and built a home for our chickens. Project Space was fun, exciting and the best part is I achieved my goals.
Allie, Project Space Participant
OTHER PROJECT ACTIVITIES
We did it!
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN JOINING
I’m sure you already KNOW that we’re moving away from a knowledge-based workforce and into an economy where critical-thinking, creativity, collaboration and other 'soft skills' are the MOST sought after qualities of the 21st century employee or business owners.
(Source: ‘What Are 21st Century Skills’, Applied Educational Systems, 2019)
I’m sure you also know that your child has what it takes to make it in this dynamic new world – they just need to learn the right-skills and connect with the right-people to guide them…