Anti – Bullying Week – 12th – 16th November 2018 

Anti-Bullying Week will be running from the 12th – 16th November 2018 with the theme “Choose Respect”. We will be delivering our Anti-Bullying Tour throughout November to schools in the London, North West and Midlands. (Please ask if you are outside of these areas) We still have dates available in November – book now!

Alternately for anti-bullying week and the rest of the year you can pick from our anti-bullying workshops below:

Option one:

Act On Anti-Bullying

  • This anti-bullying drama workshop raises awareness of bullying and its effects, by exploring how bullying makes us feel and how we can deal with it by developing assertiveness and coping strategies. The pupils watch a short scene showing bullying which explores the roles of bully, target and bystander. Using forum theatre techniques pupils explore what was happening in the scene. The pupils eventually take over the scenario for themselves to try out strategies.

We explore:

  • Why are people bullied?
  • Who bullying affects.
  • The emotional impact of bullying.
  • Where to get help.

 Booking details:

 Maximum number of pupils per workshop: Two classes (Approx. 60 pupils) per workshop

Number of workshops per day: Four

 Length of workshop:  KS1 – 30 minutes / KS2 – 45 minutes

 Space needed: Requires the use of a school hall or gymnasium.

Prices (Inclusive of VAT):

  • Half Day (Two workshops): £300
  • Full Day (Four workshops): £550
  • Two days (Eight workshops): £650

Option two: Play in One Day

Rehearsing all day with our professional director your class act on creating a 15-minute play,  sharing the learning with other classes and/or parents in a performance at the end of the school day. Each pupil has a speaking part as a character or narrator and all participants will be actively involved using inventive theatre techniques such as choral speech, stylised movement and mime. Can be used as an exciting introduction to the topic, to bring the learning to life during the topic or as a fun filled conclusion. For more details see our Play in One Day FAQ’s.

Powerful (Anti-bullying) Ash accidentally creates a potion that gives him special powers.  This play explores bullying, the emotional impact, individual and collective strengths and weakness and how and where to get help.

Escape Cyberspace – Sam enters a great new place to learn new facts, play games and hang out with friends – Cyberspace! But is it safe? What happens when the Cyberbully enters?   This plays explores internet safety and cyberbullying.

Healthy Eating The Pickle twins are mortified! Mum is singing, dad is dancing and grandparents are getting it all wrong on TV programme Bun Fight! Learn all about different food groups, eating a balanced diet and why grandma shouldn’t breakdance in public!

Street Smart (Road Safety) Late for school, bike helmets messing up your hair and dad shouting in the car- who has time for Road Safety!? Explore crossings, pedestrian and roadside conduct, independent travel and in-vehicle behaviour.

TransitionPupils explore the exciting journey they will take through school, the transition to high school, the prospect of further education and the different careers that are on offer for the end of their education.

Booking details:

Number of pupils per play: Maximum of 35

 Length of workshop: Full school day

What we provide: One professional director and an original script, music, props and costumes, resource pack to follow up the work

Space needed: School hall or large uncluttered room

Price:

One day: £320

Two days: £550

Three days: £650

Please ask us for a quote if you would like to book more than three days or would like to block book throughout the year.

 

If the topic you are covering is not listed here, given four weeks notice, we can prepare a bespoke workshop or play for you.

 

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