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

  • Sessions are 50 - 90 minutes for Year 6 and Year 7.

  • We can work with up to five 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 couragous individuals, quotes and speeches.

  • Use drama exercises and activities to imagine and explore characters in a range of familiar and evolving situations.

  • Act out, reflect upon and consider how situations can transform through thinking tools.

  • Exploration of characterisations - movement and emotions and intentions.

  • Discuss and debate the decisions of the characters. Students prepare to be interviewed in the "Hot Seat", they will learn to use their breath, body and voice to articulate their ideas  with confidence.

Learning Objectives
  • To think critically about change, growing and adapting by experiencing it first-hand is role-play.

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

  • To develop creative ownership and the imagination. Activities looks at t

  • To explore different ways of communicating, body language, strategies to cope with nerves and how to connect with an audience.

School Days:
Transition Workshop

Our Year 6 and Year 7 Transition workshops have been developed to support children in celebrating their time at your school, considering both the fresh opportunities that transition brings them and exploring ways of overcoming any challenges they might meet. Workshops culminate spoken words of declarations, short skits for Memory Lane and Forward Focus.


Transition Workshops supports students on a mission like no other…a journey into a place where certain failure lies around every corner, and where it will take motivation, ingenuity, and personal skills leadership to make it through. 

Pack your rucksack of resilience and bring your cloak of confidence as we navigate the undergrowth of uncertainty, wade through the wastelands of worry and try to defeat the dragon of doubt.

In this workshop we introduce students to the idea that confidence is built on acts of everyday courage. Alongside this, we look at how these acts of courage might mean inevitable moments of failure. We challenge notions of perfectionism and show how moments of failure are essential as opportunities to learn and grow.


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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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