Theatre in Education & other presentations


We provide a comprehensive theatre in education programme and other performances and workshops for pupils of all ages.

Theatre in education is offered to all Essex schools, covering road safety topics including cycling, seat belt wearing, speeding and drink driving, as well as personal development subjects such as peer group pressure, decision making, responsibilities and consequences.

Theatre in education is an effective method of delivering road safety, and has been an integral part of road safety education for a number of years.

Presently theatre in education is offered to schools at no charge.

Theatre in Education

‘The Riot Act’: for Year 7 pupils

‘Perfect’ by Tiny Giants: for Year 9 pupils:

‘Dead End’ by Collingwood Learning: for Year 11 pupils:

Performance in Education:

Classroom presentations to lower school pupils

Planning a Journey
For Year 7 pupils – delivered by Essex County Fire & Rescue Service

Reality Roadshow
For Year 9 pupils – either delivered by the Community Safety Officer as part of a partnership day, or by the road safety team as a one-hour presentation.

Presentations for young drivers (delivered in Year 12)

Roadster: a bespoke interactive day of young driver information, with or without off road driving, for up to 200 students per day. More

A one-hour young driver presentation: delivered by Essex Highways road safety to students, and covering all aspects of driving and passenger safety.

Community Wheels: a visit by Community Wheels to deliver a young driver/rider presentation in smaller timetabled groups of 12 students, delivered by Essex Highways and Essex Fire & Rescue Service.

Young Riders: a presentation delivered by Essex Fire & Rescue Service.

University students: we can arrange a Community Wheels visit and/or attend Freshers’ Fayres.