It's magic

25th August 2006 at 01:00
Twins, the cost of uniforms, the transition to "the big school" - the new session can be counted on to generate the usual crop (yes, we mean crop) of familiar media themes as schools return.

But the role of magic has not so far featured - until now. Fifth Dimension, which describes itself as an "inventive and energetic corporate communications and entertainment company" (so no self-esteem problems there, then), has drawn our attention to the impact magic can make.

Building self-confidence, teaching time management, promoting teamwork and encouraging motivation are among the many claims - and that's just for the pupils.

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