Schools

Berzerk Productions have provided many bespoke workshops and projects in schools throughout the South East. These schools also book us to come back year after year! We work in State, Private, Home and Specialist Education fields giving us a real insight into creative education across the educational spectrum.

We can provide theatrical workshops to suit any key stage and focus on various styles to suit your schools educational needs. From styles of acting, practitioners to the impact of dramatic art and organic theatre on today's society.

We can also focus on anti-bullying with our unique Social Cruelty project. This enables the children through drama to create work and discuss the difficult issues surrounding bullying. This has seen many schools help achieve the gold awards. The course involves a live production for the school and a DVD of ideals to strive for for future use on the topic of bullying. Testimonials have been overwhelming.

We also provide projects to create silent black and white movies enveloping all topics form The Greeks, Victorians, Romans, Robin Hood etc. These projects create a buzzing atmosphere around the school with its very own premiere for friends and family. These projects have also been a yearly project for those wishing something different from the usual school production.

We can also produce the usual school productions taking the weight off teachers already hectic schedules. These quality productions utilising the schools facilities in a way that can be overlooked are becoming increasingly more popular. They offer outstanding PR for the schools involved and the benefits to the children can not be underestimated.

Or maybe an inset day to engage your staff like no other?

If the above sounds like something your school would benefit from please get in touch to discuss the always personal touches to each bespoke project.

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Schools we have worked with:

St Edwards
Reading School
Pangbourne College
Langtree School
Birchcopse
Holybrook
Camp Mohawk
... and other non fulltime prospects in many schools