The Magic Words

Values, Cyber Safety & Bullying Program

This Program is:

Not Currently Touring

An educational theatre experience for primary schools that encourages values and respect at school and online. Supported by a Q&A and curriculum-aligned classroom resources.

A live performance that inspires children to face life’s difficulties with kindness and compassion.

When Rolf and Rhiannon are disrespectful and selfish they create unhappiness and chaos in the playground. Rolf bullies, cheats, tells lies and alienates his classmates. Lonely and confused, Rolf starts posting hurtful comments and photos, and engaging in unsafe behaviour online.  

Then Rolf meets Zanna. In a world full of turmoil and uncertainty, Zanna is on a special mission to find the secret to happiness.

They embark on a journey that requires them to interact with teachers, parents and other students. They soon discover that  true happiness is found through connecting with others, giving and receiving respect, being kind and cooperating to reach a goal.

Through song and dance your students will learn how manners and respect are celebrated around the world. 

Each primary school program includes:

The Magic Words Student Wellbeing Program Covers:

The Australian Curriculum: General Capabilities (Personal & Social Capability, Ethical Understanding, Critical & Creative Thinking, Intercultural Understanding, ICT Capability, Literacy), HPE, The Arts, English, Digital Technologies, Online Safety & Respect Matters Curriculum Connections.

NSW: PDHPE, Creative Arts, English. 

VIC: Drama, Critical & Creative Thinking, English, Ethical Capability, HPE, Civics & Citizenship, Intercultural Capability, Personal & Social Capability, Digital Technologies.

Also supports: The Australian Student Wellbeing Framework, Best Practice Framework for Online Safety Education, eSafety Toolkit for Schools, The National Education Initiative (Be You), National Framework for Values Education in Australian Schools & Pastoral Care. Supports Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL), eSmart Schools, and other programs that promote student wellbeing, anti bullying, behaviour management, resilience, cyber safety, mental health and positive relationships in schools.

What sort of venue do we need?

An indoor venue with access to electricity.  There is no need for any special theatre style venue as the show works best in an open space, with students seated on the floor. A school hall or gym is ideal but we can also use triple classroom areas, libraries etc.  Unfortunately due to WHS we cannot use outdoor areas. If you have an unusual venue and would like to discuss it with us please contact our team on 1800 676 224.

What is the cost and how does the minimum fee structure work?

Our maximum audience for all primary school productions is 280. The cost is $7 per student (+GST).  A minimum fee of $840 (+GST) applies when less than 120 students attend. Our office will email you a tax invoice after the show, based on the number of students that attended.

What provisions do you have in place for supporting child safety and wellbeing?

We are a Child Safe Organisation and comply with all aspects of Child Protection and screening in each state and territory. We have Risk Assessments in place and all our actors are trained in WHS, appropriate behaviour in schools, dealing with student disclosures and providing appropriate help-seeking information. Scripts have been researched and developed in consultation with teachers and a Clinical Psychologist.

What will the actors need on the day?

The actors will arrive one hour and fifteen minutes before the performance time to sign in and access the venue. The shows are performed on the floor (preferably NOT a stage), no chairs please. They have all their own equipment.

For more information please go to our FAQ page, or call us on:

1800 676 224


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