Juliet Desailly

juliet-desaillyA former primary school teacher, who began her career as an actor-teacher-musician in Theatre-in-Education, Juliet Desailly has written a wealth of educational material. She was a lecturer at the Institute of Education and a consultant on creativity and the primary curriculum. She co-wrote three ‘rock operas’ which were performed in the 1970s, and wrote songs for and with the children she taught in South London primary schools.

Publications:

Creativity in the Primary Classroom (Sage)

Ma’at’s Feather (Book Guild)

Cross-curricular Lesson Ideas based on Ma’at’s Feather (Juliet Desailly)
Juliet’s song for Shortest Day, Longest Night , Light a Candle is inspired by Joan Leotta’s poem Short day: Solstice which is also in the book.