Cookies by Emily Jenkins has been commissioned and developed for the Cyberscene Project; an inspirational theatre initiative created by The Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust in partnership with Kidscape and generously funded by Pureland Foundation.
The project aims to use theatre to support the health and well-being of young people affected by cyber bullying and to raise awareness of not only the dangers of being online, but also the positives too.
You can feed Cookies
straight back into the classroom with the free
Cyberscene Project education resource pack
, to continue developing your students understanding of the internet and cyber bullying.
By September 2017, we will have spent 11 months working with 16 to 19 year old students from varying areas of study. Through this process, we have collated and explored exciting, fresh material and have carried out diverse and successful workshops.
can be used as a vehicle for topical exploration and discussion in class with the free, comprehensive education resource packs designed to align with the Drama, Citizenship and PSHE curriculum.
Developed in consultation with the Association of Colleges, children’s charity, Kidscape, and with the Cyberscene students themselves, this resource pack outlines suggested activities and exercises to fit neatly within your curriculum. Each exercise has been designed to run for 30 minutes, with optional extensions included.
Full Resource Pack Available Mid-August.
In the final resource pack, you can expect to find:
1. Extracts from the script 4. Notes from the rehearsal room
2. Links to current popular culture 5. Multi-media material
3. Links to supporting media and websites 6. Expert advice
Education Discount Ticket Offer to see Cookies
Offer MUST END: 29th September 2017
To take advantage of the education discount to see Cookies at the Theatre Royal Haymarket this autumn, follow the simple steps to book!