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Theatre in Education
Secondary Schools

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Engaging the minds of young drivers & road users

Theatre in Education (TIE) has a constantly evolving definition, as new strategies and objectives for using theatre as an educational tool emerge.

Most define TIE as a general term that includes all the interactive theatre practices that help aid the educational process. Some of these processes include developing original scripts, using the performance of a play as a springboard for interacting with an audience and discussing important or sensitive topics or themes in a safe and supported environment.

We are excited to introduce this year’s performance ‘The Passenger’. A production which conveys important messages to young car occupants, with a thought provoking and serious edge to their script.   Booking is now open for years 11 and 12 for the September 2020 tour.

tourbooker@boxclevertheatre.com  

 Following our previous tour Streetwise tour provided in 2019, we will again provide TIE to year 7 pupils.  We will announce the new Year 7 launch in Spring 2020!

Key statistics

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26 schools saw our teenage pedestrian delivered to Year 7 TIE in March 2018.

said the project made them think about the dangers of poor road safety.

of students enjoyed the presentation.