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The Circus of Fun is anything but fun at the moment, and the performers are struggling to put on a brave face when the show starts. How can they do their best and perform well when their feelings are hurt by the things other people say and do to them?

R.E.S.P.E.C.T (KS1)

Meet the characters from the Circus of Fun! Well, it’s supposed to be fun but all is not well. The performers are so busy arguing with each other about who is the best that they haven’t noticed that their audience are no longer enjoying the circus. 

They are going to need help to find a way to settle their arguments, appreciate their differences and RESPECT each other if they want to to continue to be the greatest show in town! A colourful and fun drama workshop to help KS1 children explore different ways of showing respect to those who are different.

R.E.S.P.E.C.T (KS2)

The future of the circus is under threat and the only way to solve it is for the performers to realise that their strength actually lies in their differences. The best thing they can do is to unite in order to solve the bigger problems that they are facing. A colourful action-packed workshop to encourage KS2 pupil to embrace the theme of respect, celebrating differences and promoting positive relationships.

These workshops are short one hour bursts of creativity specifically designed to keep the younger children engaged in the learning. As the sessions are short and sweet we can work with up to four classes in a day.

"If a primary school is looking for someone to deliver a bespoke e safety package they need look no further than the team at ONE DAY CREATIVE. I only want the very best teaching and learning for our children and I highly recommend this package. The children really listened and took on board the advice. Parents have told us that your Leader has given their children the skills to be far more intelligent online. Often children think teachers and parents have no clue what social media is all about - but they were very happy to listen an some online bad habits have now been stopped. A very successful and important outcome.


Head Teacher

Primary School in York

What One Day needs to succeed:

Number of Children

Four classes (up to 35 children per group) per group

Length of workshop

1 hour per class

Suitable for

KS1 / KS2 / P1 - 3 / P4 - 7

Space needed

A large clear space (preferably a school hall) Please let us know if you have any special requirements!

What the children learn...

  • What kind of behaviour is and isn't appropriate and how to address this
  • How to treat new people that you meet, with an emphasis on cultural differences
  • Expressing ideas, thoughts and feelings through role-play and drama
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