PSHE Workshops

In just one school day we can deliver PSHE workshops with up to 140 pupils.

Our PSHE workshops tackle important subjects with care and sensitivity, ensuring children are inspired to think more deeply and giving teachers the opportunity for valuable follow up discussions back in class.  We use a range of innovative and fun drama activities which motivate and inspire pupils to develop their ideas and opinions.  Our sessions also offer opportunities for discussion and debate, as children develop their understanding and want to talk about the issues.

In the last year we’ve delivered PSHE workshops on a huge range of subjects including:

  • anti-bullying
  • friendship
  • homophobia
  • respect
  • e-safety
  • money matters
  • drugs and alcohol
  • hate crime
  • choices and consequences
  • citizenship
  • British values

Schools across the UK regularly ask us to create workshops which explore difficult topics, and many schools now use us as a regular part of their PSHE curriculum.

Every PSHE session we deliver is carefully planned around each individual school’s needs and outcomes, and is delivered by an outstanding creative educator who is an expert in their field and fully trained in safeguarding and disclosure.

We get great results delivering PSHE workshops because we work in partnership with schools, listening to what you need and building our work around these objectives. We’ll aim to tackle any subject and we’re always up for discussing ideas and how drama can be used to have a positive impact in your school.

Altru practitioners are all drama specialists, fully DBS checked and with lots of experience of working with pupils.  You can be sure they will support your pupils to learn and develop in a safe and creative environment.

“The children really enjoyed the workshop and really engaged with the activities.  They took a lot from the session and it really got the children thinking and talking about friendship and bullying” Mr Griffin, Class Teacher, Liscard Primary.

*Bookings for e-Safety drama workshops are now being taken to support Safer Internet Day on 7th February 2017.*