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Structure of the Day
  • We work with children in their usual classes.

  • Sessions are 50 - 90 minutes for KS2.

  • We can work with up to five KS2 classes.

  • To work with fewer classes, we can visit for just an afternoon or morning session.

  • To work with more than six classes we can visit across multiple days.

  • We will send you a suggested timetable when you enquire, and we can work with you to create a timetable that works for your school day.

Workshop Content
  • Exploration of Stereotypes and characterisations.

  • Use drama exercises and activities to imagine and explore the characters, context and topics from new angles.

  • Developing good character and virtues

  • Explore characterisations - movement and emotions and intentions.

  • Discuss and debate the decisions of the characters.

Learning Objectives
  • To think critically about the story by experiencing it first-hand.

  • To expand vocabulary and develop a stronger command of spoken English.

  • To develop creative ownership and the imagination by working alongside a drama specialist and education mentor.

  • To explore different ways of communicating, both verbally and physically.

In Someone Else's Shoes

A fun workshop that challenges the need to rely on stereotypes.

Questions: Why we think the way we do? and Why do we make assumptions about people and thing around us?


In Someone Else's Shoes, is introduced by a practitioner "in role" as a Sergeant morphed when she puts on a pair of army boots. Children are encouraged to imagine themselves as a soldier and to do the drill.


Activites use an intresting assortment of shoes and explores being "in somone else's shoes". The shoes of friends, family and others in a range of situations.


Show Time includes: situation dramas of experinces, imaginary, factual and or personal.

Wilf Wolf

These sessions are tailored to each year's group and can be focused on a particular theme of your choice. Get in touch to find out more.

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