TERM 2, 2023 TOUR DATES:
Mon 15th May – Fri 19th May
Mon 22nd May – Fri 26th May
Mon 29th May – Fri 23rd Jun
TERM 3, 2023 TOUR DATES:
Mon 31st Jul – Fri 4th Aug
Mon 7th Aug – Fri 11th Aug
Mon 14th Aug – Fri 25th Aug
Live, in your school
40 minutes + discussion time
Grades 5 - 10 (ages 9 - 14)
$5.50 per student.
If less than 150 students per performance then a flat fee of $825 will apply.
Or simply call or email our friendly and professional bookings team to begin scheduling your school!
GLOBAL GAMBLE! is an in-school educational program that combines high energy sketch comedy with improvisation to entertain and educate students through a fun and interactive experience. The program focuses on four key science-based messages encouraging sustainable consumption, energy efficiency, and conservation - with a core focus on STEM and green careers.
Students in grades 5-10 will learn about energy, climate change and global warming through four fact filled sketches. Throughout, audience members and student volunteers are encouraged to offer suggestions that the actors will incorporate into the action.
The result is that students have input into the show while watching it!
• The effects of energy use on our planet
• What is global climate change
• Ways to reduce your carbon footprint
• STEM education and green careers
CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS (https://nzcurriculum.tki.org.nz/)
Science, Social Sciences, Technology, English, The Arts.
Thinking, Relating to others, Using language, symbols, and texts, Managing self, Participating and contributing.
Innovation, inquiry and curiosity; Community and participation; Ecological sustainability
Climate change, Greenhouse effect, Renewable energy, Resources, Energy efficiency, Sustainability, Green jobs, Positive behaviours.
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science/stem IN SCHOOLS 2023
"The students loved the interactive nature of the performance. It was engaging. Audience inspirations Engaging in topics that they might not normally be interesting."
- Saint Kentigern College, Auckland.