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Drama Adventures are our face-to-face and digital, interactive workshops that closely address key areas of the National Curriculum, OFSTED requirements and, most importantly, support your children in building...
These workshops bring stories to life and explore important social themes such as kindness and tolerance as well as enriching learning about the wider world.
Our workshops include elements of storytelling and performance as well as interactive techniques such as whole class games and role play activities..
Children investigate and explore their learning in interactive and creative ways. They solve problems collaboratively and try out their ideas while having fun!
Participation in our Drama Adventures activities is fully inclusive and allows all children to feel valued, building their self-esteem.
Drama Adventures Classes and Workshops
for schools & early years settings
Our children absolutely loved the workshop with Teeny Tiny Theatre. They were enthralled by the story and couldn't stop talking about it afterwards!
The Teeny Tiny team were well organised, very flexible and really helpful. I wouldn't hesitate to work with them again.
Mrs L Kerr, St Margaret Mary's Infant School, Liverpool
Oh they absolutely loved it! The story was fab, and the class thought they were famous when their ideas were read out!
S Bookey, Year 2 Teacher, Booker Avenue Infants School
Booking is easy...
...choose one of the workshop options below depending on your needs and requirements.
How long you want the workshop to last
What needs your pupils have
What content or theme you would like us to cover.
When you book one of our workshops, teachers will receive a pack of resources to use alongside the practical session to develop the themes and skills explored in the video with the pupils.
Let's create and bring to life our very own story together using our imaginations, movement and role-play.
Children offer their own ideas to develop the story as it unfolds and actively bring the story to life through role-play techniques.
Fantastic for inspiring creative writing, understanding story structure and developing literacy.
Clare has lost her favourite teddy while she was out on a winter walk. Can she find a way to get it back?
An interactive creative theatre workshop experience for EYFS and KS1 all about being kind and thinking of others.
What might the giant's garden have looked like?
Why does winter come when the children stop playing?
An interactive workshop for KS1 and KS2 children exploring the characters and themes in the famous Oscar Wilde story through drama activities.
Live Streamed Workshops
Why not book us to lead a live workshop for your children?
These are streamed live from our website and can allow us to speak more directly to your school and pupils during the session.
These videos can be streamed directly from our website to your children in classrooms or school halls.
Our videos range in length and content, from games and songs for developing turn-taking, listening, communication and creativity to more in-depth creative play and storytelling classes.
Face to Face workshops
If you are keen for your pupils to take part in a live workshop, we can offer all of this content with added social distancing strategies, allowing pupils to take part actively while keeping safely distanced throughout.
For example, our workshops can be adapted to take place outdoors or in a large school hall with small groups of pupils working in their own spaces. The storytelling or performance elements of our sessions can also be expanded, allowing pupils to remain more static if needed.
Chantal is the founder of Teeny Tiny Theatre. She was a performer, writer, stage manager and workshop facilitator for a number of companies including Theatre Hullabaloo, Mad Alice and Oldham Coliseum Theatre. In 2008, she trained and worked as an English & Drama teacher before setting up Teeny Tiny Theatre.
Chantal is a Drama teacher in the local community, working with groups ranging from the Scouting Association to a Home-school collective, and work as a Producer and Creative Play Facilitator.
Laura is a Drama and Theatre teacher with over 15 years experience working creatively with young people. She originally trained and worked as a secondary Drama teacher and Head of Drama in South and East London, Lancashire and Wirral and is now a freelance Drama Education practitioner working with young people aged 0-18 years.
Laura works as a Creative Practitioner, Youth Theatre Leader, workshop facilitator and as an examiner for GCSE and A Level Drama.