KMN International is an education provider established by experienced professionals aimed at stimulating the minds of young people.
We believe education is about bringing out the best of every child so that they can fulfil their individual potential. In this way they can go through life with a feeling of self worth knowing they excel in their own way. We also believe that though information and retaining information is important, knowing how to use this information and what it means is just as important. In this way they can develop something new and be creative.
Since graduating in Drama from university, Christina has been working as a freelance actress, musician and facilitator. She has worked with local theatre and film companies is currently co-directing a devised production with a Theatre Collective. She has worked as a session singer for local producers and regularly sings with several bands and duos.
Christina worked as a Musical Director for First Act Theatre and has also taught extra-curricular drama and music classes as well as TIE for various middle and secondary schools. She has recently returned from a 7 month contract as a show vocalist with Cruise & Maritime Voyages and is currently running Tempo Singing from the Kip McGrath education centre in Gosforth. In addition to which she is working as a tutor for Maths and English in the Kip McGrath centre. Christina is very professional in her approach and has the ability to engage children of all ages and abilities.
Since graduating in Drama from university, Callum has performed in international festivals alongside artists such as Tim Crouch, He wrote and directed the Oblivious adaptation of the Bacchae at the Newcastle Theatre Royal as well as directing many other shows. Currently working for First Act Theatre and Big Foot Arts education as a senior facilitator. He works closely with schools, using drama as a medium of learning a range of topics, using methods such as ‘The Mantle of the Expert’ a student centred enquiry based learning approach invented and developed by Professor Dorothy Heathcote at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in the 1980’s.
Callum is an enthusiastic practitioner with the ability to engage learners of all ages and abilities.