Theatre in education working conditions

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I have to say we’re saddened but not surprised today to see the piece in The Stage newspapers about the working conditions for theatre-in-education actors. https://www.thestage.co.uk/news/2018/theatre-education-actors-face-abusive-working-conditions/ Yes, theatre in education is a very hard job with long hours and low … Continued

Literacy Competition for schools

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In keeping with our Literacy Tour in March for World Book Day and Shakespeare Week we have been looking at exciting literacy opportunities for schools across the country and thought we’d draw your attention to this.    ART 50: SCHOOL … Continued

Shakespeare Tour 2017

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Pucks Midsummer Nights Dream (KS1) + Rocking Romeo and Jiving Juliet (KS2) Our Shakespeare tour comes to an end next Monday and what a fantastic tour it’s been. We have loved every second of working with our fantastic cast, Nik, Charlotte and … Continued

Shakespeare Tour of Schools

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6th – 30th March 2017 We are now taking bookings for our Shakespeare tour of schools – for more details and prices download our information sheet – Shakespeare Tour 2017. Book  before the end of January, or if you are a school in our … Continued

Anti-Bullying Drama Workshop Tour

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Well, anti-bullying week is over and we are on the final leg of our anti-bullying tour. We’ve had some fantastic feedback from our tour and from the anti-bullying play in a day we delivered across November. “I would like to … Continued

Road Safety Awareness Week

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The 21st – 27th November is Road Safety Awareness Week and this year the charity Brake are asking people to make a pledge to stay safe on the roads,  the pledge is this: Slow Drivers – I’ll stay under limits, and slow … Continued

Anti-Bullying advice for schools

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The anti-bullying alliance have pointed out that due to the Brexit they are deeply concerned about rising levels of racism and the impact this will have on children in our schools and communities. Here is some advice for schools and immediate … Continued

Anti-Bullying Week 2016

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We are very happy to announce that this years anti-bullying theme is ‘Power for Good’.  Anti-Bullying week is running from the 14th – 18th November and this year’s theme aims are: To support young people to understand the ways in which they are … Continued

Anti-Bullying – make PSHE compulsory

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As a member of the Anti-Bullying Alliance we are pleased to see that they have got behind the campaign to make PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education) statutory as a vital tool in bullying prevention. The campaign is being … Continued

Anti-Bullying theatre shows for schools

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We are getting excited about our anti-bullying plays which will be touring across the country in November this year and have decided to celebrate! We are  running a competition on our Facebook  and Twitter pages – if you can do a … Continued

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