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Reggio Inspired Education and Arts Programs

All REmida workshops are inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy, ACER accredited and linked to the STEM/STEAM curriculum priority areas.


Our sessions are grouped under the STEAM headings as a guide to how they can be used in a classroom environment.

REmida workshops are a great way to explore the link between sustainability and creative reuse practices at home, in the classroom and in the community.

Workshops can be designed to include extension activities as well as incorporating language and maths skills.



Each Heading Relates to a Different Workshop Experience

Mini-Monsters: Build a creature straight out of your imagination. This can be extended to include a literacy element if/as needed.

Things that Move: A focus on insects and animals that move along the ground, includes creatures like spiders, centipedes, mammals and lizards.

Bugs at Large: A great session for upper primary and high school, explores different aspects of how bugs move, eat and live.

Junk Bugs 2.0: Use your imagination to create new and interesting bugs, let your imagination be your guide.


Each heading Relates to a Different Workshop Experience.

Eco-Structures: Apply your imagination to build the home, business or school that promotes sustainable designs.

Green Machines: How would cars, trains and planes work in the absence of fossil fuels...let's build some and find out together.

RE-use Technology: Design new recycling centres/businesses and ways to better use items that are currently discarded. This can be extended to include a literacy element if/as needed.

Environments of the Future: Use your imagination and design the world of tomorrow. 


Each heading Relates to a Different Workshop Experience.

Wheels and Gears: Get creative and see what you can build that moves.

Marble Runs: A workshop that can be scaled to meet skill level of your group, it's also loads of fun.

Complex Motion (two or more moving parts): Use your imagination to build something with multiple moving parts, great for mid and upper primary classes.

Make it move: It may be a windmill, robot or puppet, but can you make it move?


Each heading Relates to a Different Workshop Experience.

Garden Guru/Scarecrows: A REmida classic and one of our most popular workshops, make a scarecrow for your outside area or classroom.

World Builders (combines visual arts and story writing): A great whole class activity, create a series of characters and build a story around their exploits.

RE-Expressions (a more traditional fine arts based workshop): Explore the work of different artists through the use of discarded materials, a great session for mid and upper primary, and high school students.

Loose Parts Puppets (requires a 2 hour session): Another REmida classic, give free reign to your imagination as you build puppets and then use them in a mini puppet show.


Each heading Relates to a Different Workshop Experience.

Percussion: Make a range of simple/complex instruments and use basic patterns of to make some music.

Multi-Beats Band: Students are encouraged to make different types of instruments and then combine the sounds in a mini-performance,

Music and Motion: Create different instruments and sounds by using body movements as part of the workshop. Great session for pre-primary, early primary and kindy classes.

Maths through the Music: Create some instruments then explore the relationship between maths and music, great for middle and upper primary.