Curriculum – Topic: PSHE / Citizenship

  • Going Mental: KS3 & 4

    Interactive theatre programme for Year 8-10 exploring mental health and wellbeing, bullying and the British judicial system. For more information about the production, or to book, please visit our theatre page: Going Mental



  • ESOL Workshops


  • Loud and Clear: Nursery to KS2

    Following on from two acclaimed projects, developed in partnership with the NHS and Newcastle University, this programme works with small groups of young people with speech and language disorders and EAL (English as an additional language) needs to increase speech and language skills, and to support language acquisition.

    The programme also includes an element of teacher training.

    , ,

  • Transitions: Pre-school to Primary / Primary to Sedondary

    Starting at a new school can a daunting prospect for children, whether it’s Primary or Secondary school.   Using drama and arts we can deliver an engaging project to help young people feel more confident and positive about these challenging transitional moments.

    We can plan and deliver an engaging workshop programme either bringing together children from feeder Primary schools (Yr 6 ) and their local secondary schools (Yr 7s), or for a young age-group this will be an introduction for pre-school children to their local Primary school. We will design this project specific to your needs, but previous successful projects have culminated in exciting performance and installation events, and with older pupils welcoming younger children to their future school.

    Project developed with Trafalgar Cluster, Greenwich.

  • What Makes You Happy?

    Working with whole classes or small groups, drama, music and creative writing techniques are used to develop emotional support, resilience and wellbeing.


  • What you looking at?

    A short theatre model and workshop programme exploring racism and bullying.


  • The Benin Empire: KS2 & 3

    An interactive theatre programme exploring cultural identity, cultural imperialism and African and specifically the history of the Benin Empire. Please visit our theatre page on The Wisdom Pot for more information.