Environment

Love Food Hate Waste

This Play in a Day is for up to 30 KS2 or 3 pupils. The pupils will work with a facilitator throughout the day and have the opportunity to share a short performance to an audience of their choice at the end of the day.

One World

Play in a Day for up to 30 KS2 or 3 pupils. The pupils will work with a facilitator throughout the day and have the opportunity to share a short performance to an audience of their choice at the end of the day.

Far, far away, in the middle of the Milky Way, there is a small blue planet called Earth which is being polluted by rubbish and greed.

This energetic Play in a Day looks at issues affecting our world, including single use plastics and our need to conserve and re-use our resources.

Reduce, Re-use, Recycle

This Play in a Day is for up to 30 KS2 or 3 pupils. The pupils will work with a facilitator throughout the day and have the opportunity to share a short performance to an audience of their choice at the end of the day.

It's time to talk rubbish! Commissioned to tie in with the Eco Schools program, Reduce, Re-use and Recycle looks at waste management, saving energy and pollution and how we can all do our bit at home and at school to conserve resources for the future.

Talking Rubbish

Play in a Day for up to 30 KS2 or 3 pupils. The pupils will work with a facilitator throughout the day and have the opportunity to share a short performance to an audience of their choice at the end of the day.

Talking Rubbish Play in a Day is an inventive way at looking at the legal and moral responsibilities we have when it comes to dropping litter and questions whether or not the problem lies fairly at the door of young people.

The Rainforest

This Play in a Day is for up to 30 KS2 or 3 pupils. The pupils will work with a facilitator throughout the day and have the opportunity to share a short performance to an audience of their choice at the end of the day.

Just what exactly is a rainforest? Why is it different to other forests? And what's all this fuss about saving them?

Spirit of the Forest

Water Water Everywhere!

Play in a Day for up to 30 KS2 or 3 pupils. The pupils will work with a facilitator throughout the day and have the opportunity to share a short performance to an audience of their choice at the end of the day.

This physical and fast moving workshop highlights many of the problems facing the safeguarding, storage, production and delivery of quality fresh water supplies.

Paradise Beach

Paradise Beach is the most beautiful beach in the world. However, the creatures that live on there are unhappy. They don't mind sharing the golden sand or the crystal clear sea with the humans, but these humans are noisy, rude and most of all, messy. But will the Humans see the errors of their ways?

Half Day Devised Project