Free PSHE and drama resources help to tackle bullying-related issues

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:
Free resources: A scene from the recent production of Cookies at the Theatre Royal Haymarket (Image: Pamela Raith Photography)

A filmed live performance of the play Cookies is being made available to schools alongside free PSHE and drama resources to help tackle issues relating to bullying.

The play, written by Emily Jenkins, is inspired by true online stories of students and follows seven teenagers dealing with the effects of sexting, radicalisation, cyber-bullying and our wider digital world.


It was performed during Anti-Bullying Week earlier this month and the recording is available for schools to use.

The project has been led by the Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust, charity Kidscape and the Pureland Foundation. It was part of the Theatre Royal Haymarket’s Cyberscene Project, which uses theatre to tackle cyber-bullying and related issues.

You can access the play and resources via http://masterclass.org.uk/view/cookies-the-film





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