Cookies, an award-winning play, was commissioned as part of Masterclass' Cyberscene Project, run in partnership with The Pureland Foundation and children's charity Kidscape.
Cookies played at the Theatre Royal Haymarket on 29th October 2017 for two performances, and is available to watch online below. It is a relevant, thrilling play dealing with the effects of sexting, radicalisation, cyber bullying and our wider digital world, through the eyes of seven teenagers.
Our free PSHE Educational Packs link Cookies directly to PSHE Education Programme of Study, There are lots of activities surrounding the Core Themes 1,2 & 3 of Health & Wellbeing, Relationships, and Living in the Wider World
Click below to watch the filmed performance of Cookies
Cookies in Schools and CollegesMasterclass and Kidscape spent over a year working with 16 to 19 year old students from varying areas of study through the Cyberscene Project; collating and exploring exciting, fresh material through diverse and successful workshops. The script of Cookies reflects the real experiences and opinions gathered from the Cyberscene Participants.
PSHE Resource Packs:
Broken down into three easily digestible sections, the PSHE resource pack offers extensive written and creative activities for three PSHE modules. These include: Core Themes 1,2 & 3 of Health & Wellbeing, Relationships, and Living in the Wider World
Section 1: Core Theme 1 - Health & Wellbeing
Unit A: How to maintain physical, mental and emotional wellbeing
Unit B: The role and influence of the media on lifestyle
Unit C: The role and influence of the media on body image
Unit D: How to manage online safety in all its forms
Section 2: Core Theme 2 - Relationships
Unit E: How to deal with negative relationships, including all forms of bullying and abuse, sexual and other violent online encounters
Section 3 - Core Theme 3 - Living in the Wider World
Unit F: How to live safely in an ‘online’ and ‘connected’ world [KS5 only]
Unit G: How social media can offer opportunities to engage with a wide variety of views on different issues and also distort situations and issues
We can also offer bespoke workshops surrounding Cookies. If you would like further information on organizing a workshop at your school, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further educational resources, including Award-winning Drama Rescources for GCSE & A Level, please see here. For research from the London School of Economics into cyberbullying and the Cyberscene project, please see here.
Outstanding Drama Education Resource - Cookies & Educational Resources
Music & Drama Education Awards 2020
Standout Security Awareness Campaign - Cyberscene Project
Security Serious Unsung Heroes Awards 2018