The E-Safety Game Show is a series of workshops and show exploring how we can navigate safely through the online world, embracing the opportunities whilst being aware and responsible for our own and others mental and physical well being. The E- Safety Game Show is designed to be learned and performed by your pupils in one day.by Stephen Richards
With recent events it is even more important for pupils to understand how to use the internet and communicate safely. Our Game Show is adapted for each of your classes and can be learnt and performed in your bubbles.Covid 19 – keeping safe
The E-Safety Game Show is a series of workshops and show exploring how we can navigate safely through the online world, embracing the opportunities whilst being aware and responsible for our own and others mental and physical well being. The E- Safety Game Show is designed to be learned and performed by your pupils in one day.
The show is designed to be just like a game show – larger than life. This helps to make the important messages being conveyed to stick in the pupils memory and therefore more effective.
Costume, Music, Movement, Masks, Circus and Comedy all combine to help the pupils explore the issues around E- Safety in a fun, memorable and fascinating way. The participating pupils and all the audience are actively involved in the presentation as they answer the questions, offer advice and learn together.
Recommended for: Internet Safety, Cyber bullying prevention.
Ages: Key Stages 1, 2, 3 and (4 drama students to present to younger pupils)
Amount of pupils: Performed for up to 4 classes/bubbles working individually in a day for 60 – 75 minute sessions.
Availability: All year – UK wide
How the day works
The E-Safety Game Show can work as a stand alone lesson presentation of one – one and a half hours or a series of lessons where the pupils learn the play and perform in groups to each other and subject to covid regulations to an invited audience, in a day.
One class works with the splats teacher at a time to perform the show.
The Splats teacher acts as the game show host which helps to guide the pupils along. The pupils can prepare before hand or improvised on the spot with our performer.
You will find it an excellent way to stimulate discussion in a fun and creative way.
The Game Show includes:
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS
“Because remember if you don’t somebody else will”
IT’S IMPOSSIBLE TO KNOW
“People you don’t know are strangers. They are not always who they say.”
“Stay Cool – Breathe . . . .and again . . and again ;0)
WHAT COULD POSSIBLE GO WRONG!
“Making things up, Research and Trust”
BRAIN INFORMATION FILM
“We are all different people who enjoy different things, and we must look after each other!”
Availability, Pricing and Bookings
Please drop us a line to find out more about the E-Safety game show and to book. If you can let us know amount of pupils and date we can send you a quote by return.
Contact Mike on 07944 283659 or +44 800 028 8101 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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