Theatre in Schools

Engaging and accessible theatre on issues such as domestic abuse, sex and relationships, and bullying.

Professional disabled and non-disabled artists perform in, and run, theatre productions and workshops aimed at improving pupils’ emotional well-being, helping them to lead active, healthy and positive lives.

Our programmes support social, educational and creative development in special and mainstream schools. Each year our workshops reach approximately 10,000 young people.

Many of our shoes are designed to support the school curriculum. Please contact us for further information

We present a family experiencing domestic abuse and explore the effects on the mental health of children who witness it.

After the theatre piece, pupils interact with the characters and consider what they could have done to get the help they needed and deserved.

Subsequently, pupils can talk to our counsellor and team members to discuss personal issues raised by the play.

Suitable For

Years 5 and 6

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The Carbon Footprint Detective Agency is an efficient way to change behaviour, and reduce energy use and bills in primary schools!

Suitable For

Key stage 2 (ages 7-11)

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The actor/facilitators lead interactive drama games and exercises to help pupils understand the dangers of Cyber-Bullying.

Additionally the workshops help students understand the laws around online bullying, sexting, exposing.

Suitable For

Years 1 to 8.

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The transition from school to adult life can be difficult.

The play explores the issues for a group of young people with learning disabilities, and includes multiple communication tools including music, movement, poetry, makaton and film.

The piece is based on the ‘Forum Theatre’ style, where the audience explore how to make positive outcomes through changing the actions of the characters.

Suitable For

Learning disabled young people from 14 – 21 years

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The programme includes performances and workshops exploring the issues raised. All our programmes for mainstream primary and secondary pupils are also available to Special Schools.

Face Front Inclusive Theatre | Limited Company No. 05154096 | Registered Charity No. 1116506
Main Office & Studio: 52 Market Square, Edmonton Green, London N9 0TZ - Telephone: 020 8350 3461

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