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Three School Consortium delivery of Game On for Haywood Academy, Birches Head and Sandon Academy.

January – March 2014 – delivered two phases to all Year 7 pupils at the three High Schools who have come together to work in partnership with regard to GAME ON.

January – April 2015 – following the success of last year’s delivery working with Haywood Academy, Birches Head and Sandon Academies Reveal’s experienced practitioners have returned to the Three School Consortium.

Two School Consortium – Excel and Discovery Academies.  Following the success of our Three School Consortiums Excel and Discovery Academies have come together with regard to the delivery of “Game On” to their Year 7 students. These students will have two phases exploring in detail cohesion, racism and extremism and how issues connected to race, religion and national identity can impact on their School communities. We are delighted that our Consortium work continues to grow in Stoke-on-Trent. The work is part funded by SOT Council and now The Home Office which supports the Schools who are using their own budgets to bring “Game On” to their schools.

East Midlands PREVENT Delivery for FE Students and Training November 2014 – April 2015.
Reveal have been working over the past year with East Midlands PREVENT Team to deliver to large groups of FE Students in Derby, Nottingham, Lincoln and Leicester. These sessions are for age 16+ students with Reveal using 5 Practitioners working with up to 120 students, exploring extremist ideologies through the subjects of race, religion and national identity using interactive presentations, drama technique and discussion groups. This is a new way of working developed with the East Midlands Team and adds a new strain of delivery for the Reveal “Game On” Team. We have also alongside East Mids Team been delivering to groups of professionals such as Social Workers, Youth Offending Teams, Youth Workers, and Probation Officers. Game On is a vehicle that can be used to assist professionals to explore the paths of radicalisation and how extremist ideologies can affect their client base.

February 2015 – Reveal Theatre working with Blackfriars Special School in Newcastle-under-Lyme exploring British Values in a fun way the practitioners engaged with the pupils looking at where our British Laws started with the Magna Carta and how important democracy is in our Society. One of our practitioners ended up in the stocks!!

Keele University – Reveal has worked with the Careers Department February 2015 where our practitioners explored with final year University Students the importance of body language and how to present yourself to potential employers this work was delivered within the Careers Alumini Event.

Reveal’s practitioners will again be working with Keele University PGCE Students in June 2015 in preparation for their final teaching practice the work is entitled “Riding the Storm”.

Reveal Theatre will be working in partnership with Haywood’s New Sixth Form Academy which opens in September 2015. Taking over a newly refurbished Burslem Site (Old Town Hall and Ceramica) Reveal Theatre have been asked to deliver a B.Tech in Acting for students at their new Sixth Form. The course will commence in September 2016 working in partnership with Staffordshire University and The Mitchell Arts Centre. This is an exciting new programme for Reveal Theatre .