Unique Voice are working with Carers Trust and Young Adult Carers to create a video to be shown in Parliament - its time to be heard! Click here to find out more about our Schools project to raise awareness of Young Carers. @carerstweets #timetobeheard
TOGETHER LET'S MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Our Triple R 2013 programme is touring UK schools September - December 2013. Click Here to find out more information and how your school can be a part of it.
Fun, Energetic and Creative Holiday Activites
We deliver fun filled drama and creative holiday programmes for children aged 8 - 13. Click here to contact us and find out where our next holiday school is and to reserve your child's place.
Excellent! Great pace and variety of activities…Thank you very much. I thought it was a ‘big impact’ session which will stick in the minds of our students.Adam Knight, Oasis Academy: Brightstowe, Bristol: Healthy Relationships
Unique Voice are particular skilled in engaging hard to reach young people. These young people are less likely to engage in main stream education and therefore more likely to find themselves in risky situations including crime and anti-social behaviour.Kelly Parsons, PCSO 7106/Orchard School Liaison Officer, Bristol
Really good session – well led, good activities and discussions.G. Shoker, Ashton Park School, Bristol: Anti-bullying
Thank you for a brilliant morning. Keep up the fantastic work at other schools. You make a difference Unique Voice.Badock's Wood on Unique Voice Creative Services
This is the second play I’ve seen by Unique Voice and it was just as powerful as the first- Amazing – and very relevant to the children’s lives.Summerhill Juniors, Triple R 2013
We’re doing an S4L (Skills 4 LIfe) scheme of work based around young carers, so it was good to have seen the sessions to base the work on.Craig Smith, head of Year 8 from Hanham High School: Young Carers short term outcomes
Unique Voice run extremely engaging sessions for young people using drama to enhance their education. These educational sessions give young people the opportunity to challenge each others values, morals and ensure that they understand the difference between right and wrong.Kelly Parsons, PCSO 7106/Orchard School Liaison Officer, Bristol
I think the kids enjoyed it, they were really involved throughout. It increase pupil’s awareness of bullying and the forms it can take; Empowering pupils and give them confidence to stand up to bullying.Olly Carter, Ashton Park School, Bristol: Anti-bullying
Acting was believable, captured the audience, had big impact. The leaders were approachable so enabled the best from the Students.Tina Jackson, Redland Green School, Bristol: Anti-bullying
The workshop was excellent and really involved all of the children. I particularly enjoyed the fact that all of the types of bullying were covered throughout the morning. Richard Welsh,Teacher at Summerhill Juniors,Triple R 2013