Written with young people, for young people, Cookies is an exciting method of educating and engaging young people in a pertinent subject matter.
Cookies, as a live theatrical production, offers over 14's an engaging, offline experience which ultimately teaches online safety and raises awareness to Cyber Bullying.
A filmed version of the live performance will be available online for free from Anti-Bullying Week (w/c 13th November). For updates and the release of Cookies on film - watch this space.
Cookies in Schools and CollegesDrama Resource Pack
The GCSE Drama resource pack offers over 30 extensive theatre-based, written and creative activities for three AQA GCSE and A-Level Drama modules:
1. Live Theatre Performance
3. Texts in Practice
Developed in line with the AQA criteria, this resource supports and develops key learning outcomes.
PSHE Resource Pack
The PSHE resource pack offers teachers easy-to-follow exercises, built to specifically to support the PSHE Association curriculum.
The resources help teachers cover various topics within the curriculum using drama-based creative activities.
The resource pack is supported by professional advice from Kidscape and includes additional links to:
1. Supporting websites
3. Popular culture
Masterclass and Kidscape will have spent over a year working with 16 to 19 year old students from varying areas of study; collating and exploring exciting, fresh material through diverse and successful workshops.
Watching Cookies the film combined with the free, comprehensive education resource packs, which have been developed to align with the GCSE AQA Drama and PSHE Association Curriculum, will help teachers enrich their students learning and educational experience.