Theatre in Schools
We offer schools engaging and accessible theatre on issues such as domestic abuse, sex and relationships and bullying.
Professional disabled and non-disabled artists perform in and run theatre productions and workshops aimed at improving pupils’ emotional well-being, helping them to lead active, healthy and positive lives.
Our programmes support social, educational and creative development in special and mainstream schools.
We have several established shows which are available to support the school curriculum.
Face Front's workshops reach approximately 10,000 young people per year.
‘The Enfield Healthy Schools Programme has worked in a close partnership with Face Front and has always valued the quality and professionalism Face Front has provided, as well as being particularly impressed with their inclusivity in terms of their disabled and BAME actors and their accessible style of performance’. - Una Archer, Curriculum Access and Support Manager London Borough of Enfield
The programme includes performances and workshops exploring the issues raised.
All our programmes for mainstream primary and secondary pupils are also available to Special Schools.