Partnerships with Primary and Secondary Schools

Primary Schools 

Playing Safe

This intervention is available to Southwark primary schools and is designed to support year 6 students at risk of involvement in serious youth violence.

The programme includes a performance and workshop for all of year 6 and their parents followed by 8 targeted sessions for a smaller group identified by the school.

For more information about Playing Safe in your school in 2019/20 please contact marie@londonbubble.org.uk

 

Secondary Schools

We Need to Act On

Using our We Need To Act On process, we can develop and lead interactive peer-to-peer workshop programmes in secondary schools and youth centres.

Commissions can be flexible and directed to explore a particular theme or concern, and programmes can run as a one-off, weekly or more intensive programme during a term.

Schools that have commissioned us recently include:

  • Bosco Centre – Delivery of Arts Award with year 11s
  • Cavendish School – Is it worth it? Project and performance
  • Compass School – Southwark Drama as Enrichment
  • Ark All Saint’s Academy – Workshops for Citizenship Day

London Bubble is proud to be working in partnership with schools and settings on their Artsmark Award journey. By supporting Artsmark settings, we’re helping put the arts at the heart of education, inspiring young people to create, experience and participate in high quality arts and culture.

Find out more about Artsmark at www.artsmark.org.uk

To find out how London Bubble can support your Artsmark journey through a commission, or if you wish to discuss a project with London Bubble, contact marie@londonbubble.co.uk 

I always struggle with how to teach Forum Theatre to my students – London Bubble is the answer! They recently came to our school with We Need To Act On […] my students were immediately engaged with the performance, it was dynamic, fast-paced with emphasis on subject matter that would relate to our students. […] This opportunity enabled students to be reflective on their own life-choices and gave them the opportunity to have the bravery to test ideas out.
Teacher, St Michael’s College, Dec 2014

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