On Friday 17th March, Brainstorm Productions will be working with schools across the nation to encourage all students to ‘take a stand together’ against bullying and violence.
Brainstorm Productions is proud to join forces with Bullying No Way and the Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner to promote zero tolerance to bullying. We give students who are struggling with feelings of anxiety and fear strategies to deal with face to face and online bullying and the courage to speak up and seek help. Research has also identified the significant negative impacts on those who bully and those who witness bullying. We use theatre to show the perpetrators the consequences of their behaviour and give them skills to change their negative habits into positive behaviours.
With Brainstorm Productions shows sold out well in advance for the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence on Friday 17th March, many schools are running events leading up to the day or afterwards, so they can include theatre as part of their school‘s activities. Why? Read teacher testimonials by clicking here and discover why 99.7% of teachers would recommend Brainstorm Productions.
Getting School’s Talking and Engaged in 2017 National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence:
Brainstorm Productions teams in schools distributing 2017 National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence posters:
If you’re looking for an activity for the whole school to help support your school’s anti-bullying policy or event – freecall 1800 676 224 or click here to complete the contact form.
Last Year’s National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence
Brainstorm Productions perform to 350,000 students each year and their anti-bullying program Sticks & Stones has been seen by more than 1.75 million students. Read more about Brainstorm Productions range of primary school anti-bullying programs high school anti-bullying programs. https://bullyingnoway.gov.au/nationalday