We are proud of this years Click Clever Tales tour! Our aim to teach children about staying safe and aware at a young age in a fun and engaging way has been a success.
We have visited 20 Primary Schools in Hull and the East Riding area, performed in front of over 1000 children and we have received really positive feedback from the schools and the children!
Our evaluation feedback from the schools was rated an average of 9.9 out of 10 in terms of quality of performance, engagement of pupils and effectiveness of the message. We are really pleased with this!
Our show wouldn’t exist without the kind sponsorship of KCOM and their ongoing support of Spin Off’s anti-bullying projects.
We have been featured in the Hull Daily Mail and Radio Humberside on the Burnsy Show which has given publicity to this important project.
— Brendon Smurthwaite (@Brendon7375) February 13, 2017
— Amanda White (@AuntieMongo) September 14, 2016
— Dave Wilkinson (@DaveJWilko) February 17, 2017
— Longhill Primary (@LonghillPrimary) February 15, 2017
Here are some quotes from teachers who have seen our show:
School: Woodland Primary
‘The children loved joining in and contributing. The puppets were fab! Thank you.’
‘Very informative and age appropriate. Children loved it. Thank you.’
School: St Marys MW
‘Brilliant way to get the message over by using stories and puppets. The children have come straight back, talkings about it and singing the song.’
School: Market Weighton Infants
‘The show was ideal for Year 1 children.’
School: North Frodingham
‘Fantasic! Such a clever way of getting the messages across without being too scary. I thought the role play with the teacher was a good idea too as this might help children to know what to say. Thank you.’
School: Collingwood Primary.
‘Possibly showing what a new message being received might look like and playing online and not been able to see, so they can relate to this. So many of the children gave really good suggestions for keeping safe online so could see they were really engaged and motivated. Really enjoyed it.’
School: Burstwick Primary School
‘Children loved the song and actions. The relatable stories were fantastic.’
School: Boothferry Primary
‘Keep up the great work.’
Thank you to all the schools and children who have taken part in the project and well done to all the actors and everyone involved!