top of page
Structure of the Day
  • We work with students in their usual classes when adapted for  performance., and the school hall.

  • 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 analogical stories, fables and parables, by embodying the characters and reimagining the story's world.

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

  • Recount stories and explore characterisations - movement and emotions and intentions.

  • Experience the story with the facilitator in-role as one of the characters and recreate parts of the story.

  • 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.

Speak-Up: Using Your Voice

Speak-Up uses fun activities, prompt cards and topical scripts and debates as a starting point for individuals and groups to think act, reflect and perform with confidence.


This engaging workshop presents opportunities for students to:

develop skills that they can use in real life situations.


Activities can include:

  • communicating in groupwork; giving a short talk, performing a partial monologue or presentation to an audience.

  • Supports PSHE teaching ways to be ‘ethical and informed  citizens’. for example, being involved in making changes in their community.

  • Inspires new experiences and opportunities by encouraging the taking part in a research project where they are in charge of what happens.

  • focus on learning to be ‘healthy, confident individuals, ready to lead fulfilling  lives as valued members of society’. 

  • develop thinking and performance skills that can be used to influence change in their communities and the importance of their voice being heard.

Workshop story example:

The Kings's Sentence

The story is about a greedy King and Alexia, a girl who loves words. Unfortunately she talks too much in front of the King and he decrees that all words will be banned. The story describes how she gets the King to change his mind with the help of the wind.

Primary MisArt4_edited.png
These sessions are tailored to each year group and can be focused on a particular theme of your choice.  Get in touch to find out more.
bottom of page