Helping Hands is a sensitive theatre in education programme that helps protect children through an understanding of positive relationships. The performances and workshop uses drama, discussion and appropriate humour to support school’s safeguarding education and help children aged 9 – 11 years old to stay safe in their interactions with others.
Loudmouth have received funding from the Home Office to redevelop this programme to cover issues including child sexual exploitation and abuse, online safety, domestic abuse and bullying. Loudmouth have also been given permission by the NSPCC to include their widely PANTS rule in the programme. For more information on PANTS visit nspcc.org.uk/PANTS.
You can download further information on this popular programme including a breakdown of the learning objectives, by clicking on the links on the left. Ring us on 0121 4464880 to come and view a free session for yourself to find out more about the programme. You can also watch a trailer from the earlier version of Helping Hands to get an idea of the way the session works and the gentle tone used in the session.