Lively, fun and interactive transition play promoting safe, independent travel
For purchase by Local Authorities
Ideally suited for Years 6 & 7
Performance length: 50 minutes
Audience number: approximately 150
Venue: ideally on the flat in a school hall with the audience on four sides
Getting There, a highly entertaining play delivered with enthusiasm and energy, focuses on encouraging young people to take responsibility for their personal safety on their way to school, whether on foot, bicycle or public transport, by allowing them to empathise with recognisable characters and to become fully engaged in the action.
I thought it was a brilliant way to educate children about the dangers of the road. I will definitely be more careful now.
Year 6 pupil, Partington Central Academy
The music, energy and enthusiasm, combined with an important message really helps individual children to grasp the concept. Each child is unique and will have taken something important from this performance that will change their behaviours!
Teaching Assistant, Forest Gate Academy
The children took in everything so much more because they were enjoying themselves. It was a fantastic performance! The children were engaged throughout and it sent important reminders to them e.g. about cycle helmets etc.
KS2 Leader, St James C of E Primary School
Performed by Matt Rutherford and Joel Nash; costume design by Sorcha Corcoran; photography by Lidia Crisafulli; stage management by Pip Thurlow; written and directed by Michael Wicherek.
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