The fast-paced and exciting world of online gaming can be really good fun and a great place to learn and play, if we are aware of the dangers and how to avoid them.
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"Let's Talk about it!" A whole school performance exploring Mental health, Mindfulness and Emotional Wellbeing. Join Sam & the Brain Busters on a journey through our minds during this interactive theatrical experience for KS1 and KS2 pupils.
“Let’s Talk About It!” is an interactive theatrical experience for KS1 and KS2 pupils, which introduces the complex topics of mental health and mindfulness in an approachable and entertaining format. A live performance packed full of audience interaction, “Let’s Talk About It!” uses drama, song and movement to encourage pupils to get creative with their imaginations and expand on their understanding of these topics. We want to empower pupils and allow them to see the benefits in their own daily lives, at school and at home.
Meet Sam, whose life is turned upside down after moving to a new city and starting a new school. Sam has always been happy and relaxed, but now she is struggling with difficult feelings of sadness, fear and worry. But amidst all this change, Sam finds a new hobby: drawing! And one day, Sam’s sketches come to life!
Sam’s new friend, Bernie the Brain Buster, takes us all on an interactive journey exploring real life change, online worries, emotions, feelings, and how to muddle through it all! Pupils will learn about what self-esteem, resilience and confidence is all about, plus how healthy relationships can be influenced by a better understanding of ourselves, and each other.
Through loveable, larger than life characters, engaging music and digital on-screen animations, Sam learns how using simple techniques such as mindfulness and empathy can help us fight worry, sadness and negativity, as well as have a healthy attitude towards listening, talking and caring for each other.
This performance also helps us to differentiate between the real and online worlds.
This makes “Let’s Talk About It!“ the perfect introduction for your pupils, to bring awareness of positive mental health into your school for the year ahead and beyond!