Internet Safety Show – Team Robot v Meanies
by Stephen Richards
“Team Robot v Meanies is an Internet Safety show about the invasion of aliens called Meanies. The Meanies invade the school and begin to take over the pupils. In a fun and active show we see how the Meanies virus spreads and affects how the pupils act towards each other. Looking at issues of bullying, Internet Safety and awareness of how we act online.”
Recommended for: Internet Safety, Cyber bullying prevention.
Ages: Key Stage 1 and 2 – See filter on the gallery of days below for age group and type of day.
Amount of pupils: Up to 140 in one day (more on request) max 35 per Internet Safety class.
Availability: All year – UK wide – Advance booking preferred but can help with last minutes plans.
Internet Safety reviews.We have visited 100s of schools with out internet safety show. Here are some reviews of the days.
“Yr 2 & 3 had so much fun today learning all about e-safety with the wonderful @splatsentertain workshop & performance.”
“Fantastic e- safety day at Winchelsea today. Very informative and great fun for the children! Splats entertainment got the message across!”
James – Winchelsea
Just to let you know that the drama workshops were great today – Johannes was absolutely brilliant. All the children loved taking part and some parents came to watch and enjoyed it too. A great mix of serious messages with comedy moments and Johannes kept them all together and was really encouraging. Thanks so much.”
Claire – Henwick Primary School
How a Splats Day Works
The play is learned and performed by up to 4 classes in just one day.
In a magical show family and friends , delight in what has been created in the end of day show.
Our directors assembly to brief the actors on the exciting task ahead and to guide the teachers for the prop making tasks.
Learning The Scenes
The play is split into 4 scenes so the classes need to be in 4 groups. These can be up to 35 and we can adapt for smaller groups, sometimes they learn two scenes each.
Rehearsals are active, fun and a real challenge for all
Lessons are ideally an hour and about 45 minutes for the show, but this is flexible depending on your timings.
Making The Set and Props
All described in our teaching pack which you will receive on booking.
Fun and challenging tasks.
The splats teacher acts as narrator which guides the play along and helps cue the pupils. We very much recommend inviting parents and any classes not taking part to watch the show as of course it works best with an audience!
No time for any nerves - just straight to the stage in a fun, light-hearted way
Splats Make a Play days are available UK wide. We do not charge for travel. All our teachers carry DBS checks and we have full public liability insurance.