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Spoken Word & Drama Workshops

Our bespoke Spoken World workshops can be tailored to your own particular subject or theme.

Previous workshops and projects have covered subjects such as:

  • Drugs
  • Domestic Violence
  • Isolation
  • Mental Health
  • Disability
  • Immigration
  • Drama for Literacy
  • Democracy (it’s all Greek to me)
  • The person I want to be

​All of our workshops are designed to support current secondary schools curriculums and practices.

Our workshops aid in the development of oratory skills. Not only are words used to give a meaning to the performance but the voice, volume, inflexion, pitch, pauses and speed of a person contributes to the entire recitation experience, enhancing the meaning.

Students develop vocal reasoning skills enabling them to communicate thoughts and ideas in a clear and concise way.

Many of the important concepts, strategies, and skills taught as part of our workshops are portable. Skills practiced can transfer readily to other content areas.

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at Merseyside

Information

Organisation:

The Spoken World

Contact name:

Ian Nenna

Contact email:

Type of offer:

Visit into school Young people’s opportunity to make, create, compose, or perform

Key Stages:

3–5

Cost:

££85-£160

Session length:

As needed

Capacity:

25

Nature of activity or art form:

Literature & reading Theatre Performance Literacy Oratory Skills

Subject or curriculum focus:

Citizenship Drama English Gatsby benchmarks (skills for employment) History PSHE SMSC

Outcomes for children & young people:

Improved mental health and well-being Raised aspirations Raised attainment Social skills

Notes

Spoken word poetry is an alternative way to teach literacy, poetic techniques and vocabulary through creative writing and performance. Learning to collaborate and perform poetry aloud helps build confidence and improve communication skills. These fun, collaborative and exciting workshops are designed to help young people to engage with a new form of writing, explore their creative ideas and experiment with performance.