Handprint Theatre

handprinttheatre@googlemail.com

Company No; 7478921

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Current Education Projects

The Person behind the Profile

What is the impact of social media on young people.

A 30 minute entertaining performance with workshop, allows young people to recognise the positives and negatives that social networks have on their lives.

 

Aimed at secondary school education, please email for more information on how this project can work in your school.

Soapy Sam

Family show for aged 3 +

 

Sam LOVES hiding, especially when it's bath time, but what happens when adventurers play with the plug?

An interactive performance using puppetry and physical theatre combined with British Sign Language, small things are made into large characcters, Handprint Theatre ignite the imagination of all, as the magic from beneath the bath starts to bubble. . .

 

This show is ready to tour to schools and organisations, so please get in touch if you are interested in group bookings and follow up puppetmaking and storytelling workshops.

Photography from Soapy Sam 2011

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Photography from  

performances & workshops in 2011

We had an incredible 2015 working with many new schools and organisations in the UK , the Channel Islands and in LA. We created many more bespoke projects and new ways to experience a creative curriculum.

 

Keep up to date with the latest Handprint activity via our Twitter and facebook pages! And do keep in touch, the team love to receive your messages.

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World War 1

Secondary

Global Citizenship:

Slavery

Transition Projects

: From Year 6 to Year 7

Making positive choices

Popular projects from 2015

Wellbeing

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Previous projects

Romans

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Experience life as a Roman, travel through the market, a Roman Feast and even a Roman Rebellion.

 

'The children enjoyed the acting, and the eating the most!' Year 5, London 2013

 

'It ended off our Roman project nicely.' Teacher, North London 2013

 

 

 

 

 

'The children enjoyed the acting, and the eating the most!' Year 5, London 2013

 

'It ended off our Roman project nicely.' Teacher, North London 2013

2016/2017

British Values - Celebrating diverse communities

 

Anti- Bullying

 

Internet Safety - The Person behind the Profile

Choose from assemblies, drama workshops & creative arts

sessions, all supporting young people in developing strategies.

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