Our primary aim is to help young people develop positively in life, so that they find it easier to participate in society as mature, happy and responsible individuals.
We do this through drama based activities that improve the social skills and capabilities of young people, so that they are more able to interact empathetically and sympathetically with other people. This creates a greater understanding of the consequences of personal actions and contributes to a decrease in antisocial behaviour within the communities in which we work, and also diverts young people from negative choices which could lead to criminal behaviour later in life.
We develop, manage and deliver drama based workshops to children in primary and secondary schools. An example would be our Bullying Awareness Workshops for Year 4 children in primary schools in Ealing.