Samuel Osborne is a qualified educator, professional speaker and beatboxer.
For the last decade, Samuel has facilitated workshops in Western Australian primary and secondary schools, youth organisations and family festivals in which children and teenagers are given a supportive environment in which they can take creative risks.
Initially trained as a Secondary Drama and English Teacher at Murdoch University, Samuel has continued his professional development and formally studied the educational philosophies of Dr. Rudolf Steiner and the Reggio Emilia Approach.
With eight years experience as a classroom teacher in public and independent schools, and a wide range of capacities from Kindergarten to Year 12, it is safe to say Samuel is a strong believer in life long learning.
In his beatboxing and vocal loop workshops, children (and big kids too) are empowered to take creative risks while making original music with only their voice and a loop machine.
Engaging, interactive and unique, Samuel Osborne nurtures a supportive environment for children to come out of their shells, work together and develop personal resilience for the unexpected.