One thing we can all agree on, in these uncertain times, is that we need to keep young people safe, happy and educated. That’s why we’re working with preschools and schools individually to ensure we meet the needs of their students, teachers and parents.
A vital component of our work is training, and we have been working hard to ensure we can still deliver that training in the changing landscape. As such, training can be delivered socially distanced or even remotely, to ensure the safety of everyone – and without compromising on quality.
With so many of our young people suffering the trauma of loss, illness and uncertainty, it is more important than ever that we place children's well-being at the heart of everything we do. We know that drama is the perfect vehicle for nurturing well-being, which is why we will continue to offer our training at a safe distance, safe in the knowledge that we're working together to protect our children.