In this equality-focused KS2 Anti-Bullying workshop, we use drama activities to explore the concepts of cultural diversity and social inclusion.
In this one or two-hour workshop, we invite your KS2 pupils to explore the terms ‘neurodiversity’ and ‘neurodivergent’. Using a range of inclusive drama activities, your classes and a One Day facilitator will consider the things that make us all unique. Plus, explore how we can best support our peers by recognising (and respecting!) their individual strengths and challenges.
Filled with discussion-based tasks, this school workshop champions the importance of empathy. We want to help you celebrate your differences and, in doing so, demonstrate to your pupils how they can nurture positive relationships in school and beyond.
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Year 5 Teacher
"The warm up really helped to ease children into the activities. All children were encouraged to join in and there was a no risk culture created where all suggestions and contributions were valued and praised. The trainer who led this workshop was absolutely fantastic with the children. He guided all of the activities and explained everything in way the children were fully engaged. When responding to the children's answers he was careful to ensure any sensitive or controversial issues that arose were dealt with in a thoughtful and compassionate way. The children thoroughly enjoyed all of the activities and it was lovely to see the once quiet children blossom into confident actors."