Twelfth Night – 2018

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Well the weather tried to beat us with the snow shutting schools both at the beginning and the end of the tour throughout March (seems weird writing about it now sat in the glorious April sunshine!) but we prevailed and … 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

Shakespeare Drama Workshops

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This week we will mainly be doing Shakespeare drama workshops in high schools and we are very excited to be able to offer schools a new package whereby we can deliver an off timetable day to a whole year group, for … Continued

Girls safety under threat

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After the fabulous news that we have received funding from the Forced Marriage Unit of the government to continue our work on Forced Marriage we had a great meeting this week with our partners Stockport Without Abuse, Sameem Ali (Manchester … Continued

Drama Game of the Week!

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The Rain Game A great game to bring your students together and get them to focus. Get everyone in a circle. Rub the palms of your hands together, making a swishing sound. Ask the students to join in. Once all the students … Continued

Drama Game of the Week!

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A fun way to get a group physically and mentally alert as well as building teamwork and cooperation. You need a large space to play it in. Teach everyone the following three characters: Giant – Stands on tip-toes,  raises hands above head, curl fingers, makes a roaring … Continued

Let’s (not) get it on! SRE drama

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On Tuesday 11 June, New Clause 20 – which would have made personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education, including sex and relationships education (SRE), statutory in state schools – was disappointingly defeated by 303 votes to 209. This comes … Continued

Shakespeare Play in a Day – International!

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We’re really sorry we haven’t posted anything for a while – yes we could make the usual excuses of filling in funding application forms (which we have done a lot of!) and being busy writing (which we’ve also done a lot … Continued

Storytelling resources

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Here at Act On Info we really value the art of storytelling and often use interactive storytelling within our literacy  drama workshops.  Traditional Arts Team with the support of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation has produced an invaluable resource aimed at … Continued

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