Bigfoot’s vast range of PSHE performances and workshops aim to tackle topical issues such as Anti- Bullying, E-safety, British values, Healthy Living, Road Safety and Transition in an engaging yet sensitive way.
Please visit our LOCATIONS pages for each regional price list
Anti Bullying (PPR)
Download our ANTI BULLYING WEEK flier for more information
Bigfoot’s ‘promoting positive relationships’ programmes aim to stimulate KS1 and KS2 students into becoming more aware of their own behaviour patterns, as well as those of others, through focusing on scenarios and situations relevant to young people in primary schools today.
- Caught in the Net (KS2 Play)
- With All Due Respect (KS1 & KS2 assembly & workshops)
- The Bigger Picture (KS1 & KS2 assembly & workshops)
- Cyber Safety (KS2 workshops only)
- I like Myself (KS1 workshops only)
British Values & UNCRC
Download our BRITISH VALUES & UNCRC flier for more information
We understand that the pressure for teachers to find innovative new ways to engage their students in complex issues has never been greater. Therefore, we are delighted to offer schools a new introductory assembly and workshop programme designed to creatively introduce young people to both British Values and the UNC Rights of the Child (RRS) which many schools encounter through exploring Unicef’s Rights Respecting Schools Award.
By using a variety of fun drama activities, students will be encouraged to discuss and even debate (KS2) these challenging matters together, whilst also learning about why both the UNCRC and, more recently, British Values, were seen as important steps towards providing a happier free existence for all.
Download our HEALTHY SCHOOLS flier for more information
As a registered partner of Change4life, Bigfoot are fully committed to their approved behaviours and seeks to provide young people, their families and schools, with an enjoyable means through which to explore and learn about these key initiatives, as well as other areas to keep ourselves safe, happy and healthy!
- Super Healthy Me; Healthy Schools (KS1 & KS2)
- Best Foot Forward; Change4life (KS1 & KS2)
Transition (Years 2/3 and 6/7)
Download our TRANSITION flier for more information
Preparing for and managing transition can often be a challenging experience: What might it be like? How will I make new friends? Will I be able to cope with the change? Join Bigfoot to explore and, above all, enjoy the transition creatively in an inclusive, safe, friendly and fun environment!
- Upwards & Onwards: Providing a humorous insight into the various concerns associated with moving on, as well as a variety of strategies to cope with it, this play presents the perfect opportunity to celebrate new beginnings in a positive and enjoyable way.
- Big Steps: Participants are encouraged to take part in a variety of creative tasks, exercises and role-plays which explores the anxieties and worries they feel, as well as solutions to problems they may encounter, when changing schools.
Safer Internet Day
Download our E-SAFETY flier for more information
In an age where text talk, ‘facebook’, ‘instagram’ and ‘twitter’ are second nature to many of us, we need to be even more aware about how the technology we give our young children access to impacts their safety.
Bigfoot’s innovative play and workshops explore how we form relationships online, as well as how the speed at which we now communicate by phone and internet can sometimes be detrimental to life in the ‘real’ world.
- Caught in the Net (KS2 & KS3 play)
- Cyber Safety (KS2 & KS3 workshops)
Download our ROAD SAFETY flier for more information
Help your students understand the 4 mains rules about how to keep safe on our roads and streets with Bigfoot’s new ‘Codes 4 the Road’ programme, developed in accordance with the Department for Transport’s ‘Tales of the Road’ campaign.
Bigfoot’s unique creative programme will help demonstrate the correct road safety behaviours, as outlined by the DfT, in order to help students explore and understand how to Stop, look and listen, Remember to dress brightly in the dark, always look for a safe place to cross, ride your bike with care and caution.