Education

State of Emergency has extensive experience of delivering successful educational programmes, and maintains a wide network of artists, teachers and performers who are committed to sharing skills and knowledge. We can tailor projects and programmes for primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities. We offer an extensive workshop portfolio programme (with accompanying teachers’ packs), based on issues driven by our productions. Education work is available all year round and projects can be tailored to meet a wide variety of needs. Themes may include diversity awareness, citizenship, identity, inclusive arts practice, sexual health and consent. State of Emergency also offers INSET Training programmes for teachers, with workshops specially targeted at particular groups – e.g. ‘reluctant readers’, hard to reach and vulnerable young adults.

Pictured: Keisha Grant. Photo by Irven Lewis

Pictured: Keisha Grant. Photo by Irven Lewis