Great news! We have further funding from Umbrella Sexual Health Services to deliver our theatre in education programmes on safeguarding and relationships in schools and centres in Birmingham this academic year, starting in November.
Schools are entitled to a choice or combination of the following 3 subsidised programmes:
Trust Me on sexual health
Safe & Sound on abuse in teenage relationships
Working For Marcus on child exploitation including CSE, county lines and knife crime
Each programme is suitable for Year 8 upwards. If you book multiple programmes, each one must be for a different year group. All programmes are also accompanied by a set of online lesson plans which teaching staff can use for prep and follow up work with their students.
Umbrella are currently unable to permit any live, in-school / face to face sessions due to Covid restrictions BUT the show must go on! Sooo..., if you'd still like to book our subsidised programmes this year then we can book your date in for one of our blended learning options, with a view to switching to face to face sessions should the situation change nearer the time or even on the day itself.
The blended learning options include pre-recorded performances plus live, streamed workshops delivered by our Actor/Facilitators via Microsoft Teams and easy peasy to implement.
We are very keen to talk to you about how we can deliver your programme on the date you want, no matter what your circumstances might be, so don't let this virus put a halt to your PSHE plans - please pick up the phone and give us a call on 0121 446 4880 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and together we can make it happen!