Cyberbullying – mobile safety

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Mobiles are a great way to keep in touch with your mates by calling them, texting or sending photo or video messages. Unfortunately if you are being cyberbullied, it is another way the bullies can use to torment you. Just like staying … Continued

Manchester Primary School wins award!

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Congratulations to St Mary’s Church of England Primary School in Moss Side, Manchester who have won the TES Award for ‘School of the Year’ for Community and Enterprise. This is a national award and they have been recognised as the … Continued

Powerdown Drama 2013

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We were delighted to go back to Peterborough last November 2012 for Peterborough Powerdown Fortnight!  This brilliant fortnight run by the excellent climate control team at Peterborough City Council involves a series of activities aimed at raising energy awareness in … Continued

Drama game of the week

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If you want to focus the groups attention at the beginning or end of a session, try this effective concentration game. Count to 20 (Age 10 +)  The participants sit or stand in a circle. The idea is the group has … Continued

Drama game of the week

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A physical warm up and stretching exercise for any age group named after the famous wooden puppet. Hands up who wants to be a real boy?! Pinocchio  Get your group to spread themselves out throughout the room and to take a … Continued

Summer Drama

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Well, although Wimbledon is well and truly done it still doesn’t feel like the summer and we’re considering emigrating to a warmer climate! But we can’t because we’d miss working in schools too much. We can’t believe that next week … Continued

Drama game of the week

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Follow me Ask the group to spread out around the room. Get them to start to walk around the room slowly but when you say faster or slower they must follow these directions. If you shout change, they must change direction immediately. Direct them … Continued

Drama game of the week

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A great, simple warm up – can be used as a way for the group to learn each other’s names and break the ice. Tag my Name (Age 8 +)  The group stands in a circle, the facilitator explains that … Continued

Drama game of the week

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This works best with larger groups and is a great fun icebreaker but do some other warm-ups first! Have You Ever? The facilitator explains that they will call out different things that may or may not apply to each person.  … Continued

Drama game of the week

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Role playing can be a lot of fun for groups who know each other and used for groups to get to know each other. One fun way is to get the group to pretending to meet in different circumstances, for … Continued

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