Our Training

Tie-Dye Drama offers training for staff at schools and other organisations on how to use drama to explore key issues and topics. 

Using our extensive Game Bank and experience in educational settings, we equip our trainees with tools, techniques and ideas on how to engage young people through drama.

This training can be booked for face-to-face delivery or via an online video call.

Previous Work

Primary & Secondary Schools

We have worked across London delivering CPD sessions to staff, collaborating with staff to best understand the social and emotional well-being issues their young people are facing.


We use interactive and immersive activities to equip staff with tools to use in their classroom.

Training Session for Primary and Secondary Schools
Training Session for Tea Leaf Vision

Tea Leaf Vision

Tea Leaf Vision delivers education programmes to young people from the tea estates in Maskeliya, Sri Lanka. The estates are communities with high levels of deprivation. 

After our own work with the young people at Tea Leaf Vision, we trained undergraduates from The University of Manchester to conduct workshops the following year in 2015. 

We ran three days of workshops, equipping these facilitators with tools and techniques to take out to Tea Leaf Vision.

Child Action Lanka

Child Action Lanka works with children from disadvantaged backgrounds across Sri Lanka.

In 2014, we worked in Batticaloa, a region torn apart by war and the tsunami.

As well as running drama workshops with young people, we ran a teacher training programme for the teachers in these communities.


We used drama to develop their English and provided them with activities to take back into their classrooms.

Training Session for Child Action Lanka
Training Session for University of Manchester

University of Manchester

In 2016, we went back to visit The University of Manchester.

We delivered an interactive presentation to undergraduates on how to use drama as a tool to boost well-being and on how Tie-Dye Drama was established. 


"I now feel more confident in using drama to teach my class".

English teacher, Child Action Lanka