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We are delighted to send our resources anywhere in the world. Postage and packaging prices shown here are for addresses within the UK. For overseas orders, please contact us on info@cambridgecandi.org.uk detailing which publications you would like together with your address and we will send you a quote and payment request via PayPal direct.

ArtScapers: being and becoming creative

ArtScapers: being and becoming creative is written by Paula Ayliffe (Co-Headteacher of Mayfield Primary School), Esther Sayers (Goldsmiths University), Ruth Sapsed (CCI) and David Whitley (Fellow of Homerton College) with a foreword by writer and environmental campaigner Rob Hopkins. A richly illustrated A4 48pp book, it presents a story of CCI’s work with Mayfield Primary School since 2016 and is offered as an invitation to imagine a world in which learning opportunities are so irresistible that everyone wants to join and schools are firmly rooted in their neighbourhoods.

An inspiring story, beautifully told –– of how children are wondernauts; of how art and making can change minds and lift hearts; of how using the outdoors as a classroom can transform learning, and bring joy and hope. It's a chronicle of the ongoing, unfurling adventures of the imagination in one place, with one group, which ripples outwards in powerful ways.
Rob Macfarlane, writer and CCI Patron

Cost: £10.00 (inc Postage and Packing)

37 Shadows: Listening to Children's Stories from the Woods

This beautifully illustrated and perfectly formed full-colour 40 page booklet brings many of the extraordinary stories created by children in our Histon Footprints project together with a thoughtful and provocative text by creative practitioner Deb Wilenski.

A poem of a dream of the woods: new writing and illustrations from wild adventuring

by Jackie Kay, children from Spinney Primary School and Elena Arevalo Melville.

Poet Jackie Kay joined two classes of children from Spinney Primary School to explore their local woods over 4 days in summer 2015. This collection shares the poems Jackie wrote in response and a small selection from the children’s journals, alongside their drawings of monsters and trees and on-site sketches and work by illustrator Elena Arevalo Melville.

A Story of Smallness and Light: discovering detail in the woods

Our second in the series of booklets exploring an aspect of a Footprints project in detail – this time focusing on a particular fascination with smallness and light that emerged amongst some of the reception class exploring Bramblefields Nature Reserve in Cambridge during summer 2012.

Complete set of wild exchange games - for anyone to play anywhere

Are you interested in fantastical mapping and finding ways to adventure together creatively? This pack includes four games that together offer at least 20 different prompts for how to start your own creative adventures. Devised with young children as part of our Fantastical Cambridgeshire programme, each game is set out on single sheets of A4 paper so can be easily copied and shared. Suitable for use in school or out and for people of all ages. The games are contained in their own folder and full instructions are included.

Enemies of Boredom

The evaluation report of the Hundred Languages of Children exhibition and programme of events, Cambridge, summer 2004 - a full-colour illustrated 36 page booklet that offers insights and reflections from feedback from over 2,000 people who attended the exhibition.

Fantastical Guides for the Wildly Curious

Our first guide in this series – Ways into Hinchingbrooke Country Park – was published in 2013. Written by creative practitioners Deb Wilenski and Caroline Wendling with a foreword by Robert Macfarlane, the 44 richly illustrated pages draw on the materials gathered through the Hinchingbrooke project – photographs, stories, creative work in different media – to create a resource that is both provocative and beautiful, sharing children’s experiences and interpretations of the park with its future visitors. Printed copies are now sold out but a digital version can be sent by email.

Fantastical Map of Eynesbury

Fine art giclée print on a carefully selected heavy art paper - Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm.

Size A 3 (297 x 420mm).

Delivered direct from our specialist printer.

Price includes postage and packing.

More about Fantastical Eynesbury here.

Fantastical Map of Love's Farm

Fine art giclée print on a carefully selected heavy art paper - Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm.

Size A 3 (297 x 420mm).

Delivered direct from our specialist printer.

Price includes postage and packing.

More about Fantastical Love's Farm here.

Fantastical Map of Offords

Fine art giclée print on a carefully selected heavy art paper - Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm.

Size A 3 (297 x 420mm).

Delivered direct from our specialist printer.

Price includes postage and packing.

More about Fantastical Offords here.

Fantastical Map of Spinney Wild Woods

Fine art giclée print on a carefully selected heavy art paper - Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm.

Size A3 (297 x 420mm).

Delivered direct from our specialist printer.

Price includes postage and packing.

More about Fantastical Spinney here.

Igniting a fuse: developing the creative practices of primary school educators

Igniting a fuse: developing the creative practices of primary school educators is a fully illustrated 64 page book offering an account of the learning journeys undertaken by a group of educators on Creativity as Practice. Written by Mandy Maddock and Ruth Sapsed with a foreword by Mary Jane Drummond, it was published by Creative Partnerships in 2008.

Lost Words Cambridgeshire Print

Jackie Morris and Robert Macfarlane created a unique artwork for the campaign using Japanese ink, gold leaf and wild water drawn  from the chalk springs at Nine Wells in south Cambridge. A limited run of A3 prints from this original artwork are available.  All proceeds support the CCI campaign to get a copy of Lost Words for all schools in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough (more details in Events section).

Outside/Inside A gallery of provocations and speculations

Offered as a gallery of paired images of outside experiences with inside explorations, this new CCI resource sets out to ‘excite and stimulate’ thinking about outdoor learning and how to connect it to the classroom.