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nextstage

A drama project that helps participants develop their aims for their own 'next stage' - whether this is in employment or education. Aimed at young people with autism and/or moderate learning difficulties, SEBD or mental health issues, sessions use Drama exercises to improve soft skills such as communication, meta-cognition, confidence and teamwork.

Each project includes a trip to a West End theatre production, inspiration visit to theatre-related place of work in central London and a communication skills workshop in central London.

 

I cannot praise the project highly enough. Teacher 2018

 

BENEFITS FOR STUDENTS

 

TIMESCALE

Personal
  • Self-discovery resulting in greater self-knowledge and self-understanding
  • The ability to try out new things
  • Increased confidence
  • A broader outlook on the world
 
Interpersonal
  • Increased empathy with others in the group
  • Feeling enabled to overcome personal barriers through the example and support of other group members 
 
Career and Future
  • Developing skills to become workplace ready
  • Exploration of new ideas about future possibilities
  • Clarifying aims and goals for future career progression
 
 
Projects can take place at any time of you, and will be timed to fit in with existing schedules.
 
6 - 10 in-school sessions and 1 communication skills workshop per project.
 
Each session is 90 minutes long
 
Includes an inspiration visit to an arts-related place of work, such as a West End theatre or marketing agency
 
 

COST

£300 for all the participatory sessions plus £8 per theatre ticket

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Contact Us

Mousetrap Theatre Projects
33 Shaftesbury Avenue,
LONDON
W1D 7EH

Visitors: Entrance is on Rupert Street

t: 020 7632 4111
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