Workshops

Choose from the list of PSHE workshops below or contact us if you would like a drama workshop on any other PSHE topic.
We can also create workshops to bring to life any other topic you may be covering in literacy, history etc.

Key Stage 1

Key Stage 1

Anti-Bullying

Using the traditional story 'Cinderella' this workshop explores the feelings associated with being bullied within the school setting. It also explores coping strategies and access to support.

Medicine safety

This workshop examines dangers in the home with misplaced medicines. Other household dangers are also explored within the session.

Road Safety

Looks at a characters journey to school and examines how to cross different roads safely. It also offers opportunity to discuss how to keep safe in the car.

Stranger safety

Using the traditional story of 'Little Red Riding Hood' this workshop explores the dangers associated with strangers and examines strategies for keeping safe.

Safety around the home

This workshop focuses on dangers when playing around the house. It explores rules, safety and how to access help in an emergency.

Different families

The young people are given the opportunity to discuss the important factors that make up a family whilst recognising that families are made up of different combinations of people.

British Values

This workshop can be used as a starting point to the subject or can focus specifically on one of the values laid out in the curriculum.

Key Stage 2

Key Stage 2

Anti-Bullying

Focuses on the feelings that a victim of bullying may experience whilst also looking at the reasons someone may become a bully. The young people will be able to discuss coping strategies and how to access support.

Healthy Eating

Young people will discuss the key strategies for healthy eating whilst discussing the benefits of a healthy diet and exercise.

Smoking awareness

Looks at the reasons why people smoke, the effects and dangers of smoking and ways people are able to give up.

Alcohol awareness

Young people will examine the dangers of misusing alcohol and look at the reasons why people drink.

Transition

This workshop will help to allay any fears young people may have about moving to secondary school. It offers a chance to discuss coping strategies and look at the positives in moving to big school.

Puberty

Exploring the changes that happen to young people both physically and emotionally during puberty. It particularly focuses on the feelings associated with these changes.

British Values

This workshop can be used as a starting point to the subject or can focus specifically on one of the values laid out in the curriculum.

Key Stage 3

Key Stage 3

Anti-Bullying

Pupils will focus on the feelings that a victim of bullying may experience whilst also looking at the reasons someone may become a bully. The young people will be able to discuss coping strategies and how to access support. We can also focus on a particular type of bullying i.e Cyber Bullying.

Alcohol Awareness

Young people will examine the dangers of misusing alcohol and look at the reasons why people drink and discuss steps to staying safe.

Drug Awareness

This workshop allows times to discuss the illegal drugs most commonly used by young people. It will focus on the reasons why people use drugs and the potential consequences of this.

Knife Crime

The immediate and future consequences of knife crime will be explored within this workshop. Young people will learn the difference between offensive weapons and weapons of offence and learn their rights around stop and search procedures.

Anti-social Behaviour

This workshop looks at what constitutes anti-social behaviour within the community. Young people will discuss the consequences of this behaviour and how they can access support.

Healthy Mind, Healthy Body

Examining the link between a healthy mind and a healthy body we look at the benefits of healthy eating and positive thinking and the problems associated with stress and an unhealthy diet.

British Values

This workshop can be used as a starting point to the subject or can focus specifically on one of the values laid out in the curriculum.

Key Stage 4

Key Stage 4

Sexual Health

This workshop explores the responsibilities around a young person's sexual health. It highlights the risks of unprotected sexual activity and looks at areas of support whilst also identifying the benefits of delaying sexual activity.

Alcohol Awareness and the Law

Young people will examine the dangers of misusing alcohol. The workshop looks at the reasons why people drink and gives opportunities to discuss steps to staying safe. It also identifies the issues around the law and alcohol misuse.

Drug Awareness and the Law

This workshop allows young people to discuss the illegal drugs most commonly used by young people. It focuses on the reasons people use drugs and the potential dangers of this. It also identifies the immediate and future consequences with the law and drug use.

Eating Disorders

The focus of this workshop is to explore body image, dieting and eating disorders. Young people will be able to discuss areas support and how to improve emotional health.

Dealing with Stress

Young people will examine coping strategies when faced with stressful situations. The workshop looks at causes and symptoms of stress and where to access support.

Homophobia and Transphobia Awareness

This workshop focuses on the impact of Homophobia and Transphobia. Looking at the views of friends, family and pupils we see the damage of inappropriate language and hate crimes.

Finance

Focusing on the story of a young person's financial difficulties whilst living independently the audience is given the opportunity to advise on a suitable budget whilst learning about tax, national insurance, pay day loans and APR.

British Values

This workshop can be used as a starting point to the subject or can focus specifically on one of the values laid out in the curriculum.