Arc news: January 2017
Welcome to 2017!
We have a sparkling range of programmes for this New Year - with old favourites and some brand new projects that we are very excited to bring to young people and communities in 2017!
Lucky Me - our new health and wellbeing drama programme for young people in primary and secondary schools in the London Borough of Havering, funded by Havering Clinical Commissioning Group - FREE booking now!
Stop & Think - funding from Havering Safer Neighbourhood Board has enabled us to bring our newly-adapted stop and search/stop and account awareness programme to Havering secondary schools - FREE booking now!
Stop & Think - renewed funding from Barking & Dagenham Safer Neighbourhoods Board means can deliver our revised youth/Police relationship programme to new audiences in Barking & Dagenham this spring - FREE booking now!
Crossing Over - our road safety awareness drama for young people returns to Camden schools this spring - fully booked!
Conflict Resolution forum theatre - returning to secondary schools this spring thanks to funding from Barnet Education Business Partnership - fully booked!
Broadcast - funding from Havering SNB and Children's Commissioning means that online safety workshops and Child Sexual Exploitation programmes will be available for Havering schools - FREE booking soon!
No More Whispers - FGM-awareness training now available to primary and secondary school students and teachers/staff in London schools and beyond - call or email Arc for more information!
To find out if your school is eligible for FREE Arc programmes, contact Theresa Snooks at Arc Theatre on 020 8595 8509.