Chelseas Choice

Chelsea's Choice

Coming soon: Monday 8th February

Last year Alter Ego Theatre Company came and performed Chelsea’s Choice to both Year 8 and a special parents performance. Both students and parents said it was a very powerful piece of theatre and told an important message about sexual exploitation.

Chelsea's Choice is an innovative Applied Theatre production that has proved highly effective in raising awareness of children sexual exploitation amongst young people in the UK. The production lasts for 30 minutes and tells the story of three students who, along with their tutor, discover the diary of a girl called Chelsea. Chelsea was a young girl who, having fallen out with her friends and family, was approached by a man called Gary. Gary was older, owned a car, had a flat and treated her like an adult. Unfortunately Gary was not what he seemed to be. Chelsea's story is then played out and examined in an attempt to understand what happened to Chelsea and how it could have been prevented. 

The play will be shown to year groups 8, 10, and 11, and is followed by a discussion so that students have the opportunity to ask questions and explore some of the themes raised in the production in more detail.

 Parents may wish to discuss this with their children – a video trailer of the production is online at

Parents are invited:
If parents would like to see the production as well then you are invited to come and join the Year 11 showing at 2:15pm.
If parents/carers would like to see the production, or if you have concerns about your child viewing this, or would just like someone to contact you with more information, please contact Student Support staff on 01392 204082.


Exe Valley Challenge 2018

Exe Valley Challenge July 1st 2018 The ninth Exe Valley Challenge event took place on Sunday 1st..

More >>

News feed

GCSE Certificates 2018

Students who sat their GCSE exams in the summer of 2018, will be able to collect their certifica..

More >>

Centenary Walk

Centenary Walk - Friday 9th November 2018 To commemorate the centenary of the end of World War One,..

More >>