creative workshops

We have been working with schools for over 20 years delivering high quality live theatre presentations, interactive lessons and workshops. Get in touch at gpinfo@goingpublic.org.uk to find out how we could enhance your PSHE provision!

Book Creation

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Student's illustration and painting of book characters holding their pets.
Collage of photos and close ups of a medium format camera
Cameras galore!

In this day and age, we take having a camera in pocket 24/7 completely for granted, especially for the upcoming generation; this is all they have ever known! With this in mind, we decided to give some of the young people from the community a glimpse into the pre-digital era or photography.

Introduced to the wonders of film photography, they were fascinated by their mechanical, tactical and clunky-clicky nature. Of course equipment can only go so far to taking a good picture, so over the four sessions we had together, we centered each one around a different rule or aspect of photography: Framing, Light, Depth of Field, etc.

What was great about Camera Club, was that it offered us a chance to work with a much smaller group with a much more niche theme. Since COVID we’ve seen a greater number of those young people who struggle with getting involved, socialising and taking part. These opportunities, like Camera Club, allow these individuals a chance to get involved and come out of their shells. We are looking forward to setting up more opportunities like this in the future to help continue to connect with the young people in the community.

A girl sits between two actors either side of her sat on giant dice. The girl in centre has puzzled expression on her face. The title above in red reads Snakes and Ladders, brand new sketch show exploring mental health. Featuring Ben Joseph, Hannah Everett and Megan Probert
Theatre in education

In this day and age, we take having a camera in pocket 24/7 completely for granted,

The theatre presentations are a fantastic launchpad and a great way to stimulate discussion and get the pupils really thinking about these issues. It is very common for pupils to want to talk about some of the things that are raised in a very subtle and sensitive way by the drama productions that Going Public produce.
PSHE Co-ordinator

Christ College, Brecon