Over 40,000 students have learned to express themselves creatively
Many students struggle to step out of their comfort zone.
Slam Poetry, Songwriting & Multimedia Storytelling empower students & promote problem-solving, resiliency &
Developing a creative culture in your classrooms transforms the learning environment & will get your students excited.
Rik's slam poetry sessions are engaging & supportive & were especially valuable for my students who struggled with self-esteem & communication. I recommend!
The students were entranced. It is one thing to teach the curriculum. It is another to teach its worth in our lives. I highly recommend to other schools.
Gretchan Day, Teacher, ON
Slam Poetry was a great opportunity for our students to approach creative writing in a new way. I highly recommend Rik's slam poetry material!
Debra Bridgman, Principal, ON
There was a really powerful exchange of ideas as Rik reinforced some great poetry writing techniques that students could apply to their own writing
Margaret Syme Literacy Consultant Australia, NT
Your workshops inspired our youth & helped feed their creative spirits & your performances left memories which will last a life time. Who could ask for more
Brent Kaulback, Superintendent, NWT
It is without hesitation that I recommend Rik Leaf to schools wishing to enhance creative writing & build self-esteem, motivation & resilience in their students
Laurie Wright, Principal, B.C.
I invite you to join our creative community today...I know you'll love it!
Rik is the Executive Director for Tribe of One, a National Collective of Indigenous & settler artists. He's spent 20 years working with high-performing creative teams producing CDs, TV shows, short films, an international travel series, podcasts & tour productions for Metallica, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rent, Beauty & the Beast & Whose Line is it Anyway?
Thousands of students from G 1-12 have created storytelling projects focusing on School Pride, Anti-Bullying, Sexuality, Consent, Drug & Alcohol
LGTBQ+, Racism, Buddy Bench, Respect, Traditional Culture, Being the Change, Mental Health. What story does your school want to tell?