The programme includes workshops and lesson plans to provide a strong educational base that is informed by the research based drama. Loudmouth have been delivering education work on CSE since 1998 and run education and training courses on the issue across the UK.
“Working for Marcus is a brilliantly well-scripted and outstandingly performed piece of theatre which creatively and courageously tackles the issues of grooming and child sexual exploitation in a powerful yet sensitive manner. It is without doubt an excellent vehicle through which to raise awareness of CSE with children, young people, parents/carers and professionals alike.” - Lead Practitioner, Barnardo’s
It is apparent from all of the recent stories in the news and media that sexual exploitation and sexual grooming are serious and important issues for schools to address. Working for Marcus has been used in schools to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation and to train professionals since 1998. Due to a recent rise in interest in this work and growing concerns about the issues from schools particularly in online safety we have updated this powerful programme to include new research into exploitation through social media, gangs and violence against women and girls. The new version builds on the detailed research and consultation of the original to help both young women and young men to gain a deeper understanding of the grooming process and potential risks.
This safe and carefully structured programme is available as an education programme for students as well as a training for police, health and social care professionals and gives learners and adults an insight into how easy it is to be unknowingly drawn into sexual exploitation and equips them with the necessary knowledge on how to best avoid it or where they can find support or advice.
Working for Marcus is available in a range of different formats and is ideal for drop down or study days.
"Clearly a well-researched and targeted production, with clear evidence that the programme works." - Home Office
Watch the trailer below to find out more.
You can download further information by clicking or tapping on the links below.
Working For Marcus Basic Information.pdf
Working For Marcus LO and Key Eval Findings.pdf
Evidence Report 2015.pdf
Ring us on 0121 446 4880 or fill out the form below to book or to arrange to come and view a session of Working For Marcus for yourself!