With particular focus on issues surrounding identity, image and relationships, Pure looks to create a safe place where students can explore sensitive subjects and express their own opinions and feelings in a non-threatening environment.
Our production, ‘Mirror Mirror‘ looks at one girl’s struggle of living with anorexia, and is followed by workshops looking at disordered eating and the ways our lifestyles can be unhealthy.
Another of Pure’s productions ‘I Decide‘ includes workshops which look at identity, labels, aspirations and the ups and downs of school life and the situations that go with it.
Further to this, Pure can provide sex & relationship education workshops alongside their production, ‘Hold Me‘, which delves into the issues and pressure around sex.
Pure’s new production ‘The Other Side‘ will be going into schools in the coming months, and covers the widest range of issues to date, from image to sex, home life to identity, and how they all influence the choices we make.
For more detailed information on the productions, check out the Theatre Workshops page.
As well as this, Pure also have a number of trained medical professionals on team who are equipped to offer advice and information on sexual health, diet and healthy eating, as well as other related issues. This further strengthens the services we are able to offer.
Pure Creative Arts offer lessons and workshops that cover a variety of topics including;
- Conflict Resolution
- Self esteem
- Sex and Relationships
- Teenage pregnancy
- Emotional health and wellbeing including eating disorders and self-harm
Also, with a number of Christians on team, Pure can offer Religious Education lessons which cover a number of themes outlined in the key stage 3 & 4. For more information of the specific areas we cover in both religious education and PHSE syllabus, please refer to our School Packs.