We can produce creative, interactive experiences for students of all ages to help them connect with specific topics, explore subjects from new angles and develop innovative ways of communicating. We enjoy working within educational settings as well as researching and producing resources for educators to use themselves.
- Bring your students face to face with history; invite them to meet, question and learn from a living breathing Roman centurion, World War One soldier or Victorian convict.
- Celebrate the power of books and stories with a visit from our storyteller
- Improve confidence and communication skills with a practical workshop, based on specific texts or topics of your choice
We worked with the MALT Project in Halesworth to provide relevant, curriculum-linked educational resources for schools.
“I cannot recommend Louise and Harvey from ‘Dramatic Impact’ too highly. They contributed enormously to our 2017 Heritage Lottery Funded ‘MALT Project’ which aimed to present the maltings heritage of Halesworth (Suffolk) in diverse and interesting ways. Louise provided us with excellent ideas for a programme of activities for children and students which related to Key Stages 2 and 3 of the National Curriculum. As a retired history teacher myself, I very much appreciated her up-to-the-minute knowledge of current practice in schools and her ability to present the story that we wanted to tell in an informative and engaging manner. Harvey came on board to lead on an ‘in situ’ performance-day in the guise of a maltster, circa 1900. He quickly established a rapport with pupils from the local Primary School, engaged them in exploring the working life of a maltster and the tools of his trade, and finally (and somewhat miraculously in the time available) enabled them to present their learning from the day in a series of moving tableaux. At all stages of the project Louise and Harvey were extremely professional, but, in addition, were always willing to go the extra mile in helping us to achieve our educational ambitions. They were a pleasure to work with.”
Dr Simon Raven – Retired Teacher/Advisory Teacher/Education Manager; Co-founder of New Cut Arts (The Cut Arts Centre); Co-director of the MALT Project