We work with a variety of Schools and Organisations.
Voicebox is a drama-based workshop provider committed to working with teachers to engage young people in PSHE and RSE education.
Our unique approach explores the role of masculinity in key PSHE and RSE topics. For example, in relationships education we explore how the pressure to "man-up" and not show emotion might impact a boys' ability to communicate openly with their partner.
Through use of creative activities we engage students in difficult conversations that have a lasting impact.
Students and Participants worked with so far.
Teachers and Youth Leaders Trained.
Schools and Organisations worked with.
of teachers said it was very useful to explore masculinity as part of relationships education.
of students have a better understanding of how masculinity can impact relationships.
Why choose us?
It is crucial that we talk about how boys and men can help to make the world a better place. Our research-centred programme engages everyone in the discussion about masculinity, and delivers tangible benefits for young people.
The entire Voicebox team trained at the world-leading Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, and were awarded with the School's prestigious Social Enterprise Award which helped launch Voicebox in 2018.
What we do.
Voicebox provides a range of engaging projects for Primary, Secondary, and College age groups.
Our excellent facilitators arrive at the school ready to deliver a host of exciting content to one (or many) of your year groups. This might involve a whole year group assembly, followed by a series of smaller workshops, and even a lesson plan for teachers to use after Voicebox has left.
We have all kinds of services and options available. Simply get in contact to find out how we can adapt to fit your curriculum and timetabling needs.
Who we have worked with
What they say...
The way in which Voicebox skilfully moved from fun warm ups into in-depth discussion was very impressive. All of the students felt confident in contributing and sharing their thoughts and ideas.
- Teacher, The Compton School.
Voicebox were respectful and inclusive and let us talk about are opinions without feeling scared that you’re gonna say something wrong.
- Student, Upper Sixth Wellington College
The workshop was amazing, fun and really interesting, it helped me to reflect on my own views of what it means to be a man.
- Student, Community Arts Practice,
The BRIT School