Entertaining educational theatre to help reduce the instances of bullying in school and create harmonious relationships within our community


Sticks & Stones K-6 & 7-10

Brainstorm Productions theatrical anti-bullying program that can be used as a complementary resource for respectful relationship education programs. The production addresses key good practice elements from the Respectful Relationships Education report, with a strong focus on the prevention of violence, fostering respectful relationships, addressing the climate and attitudes of violence and providing students with practical non-violent strategies and tools to use in their everyday lives.

Brainstorm Productions is Australia’s largest educational theatre company, performing to over 350,000 students every year with a range of youth wellbeing programs, including ‘Sticks & Stones’ which provides students with strategies for dealing with aggressive behaviour and resolving conflict. ‘Sticks & Stones’ is the winner of an Australian Violence Prevention Award and has been seen and enjoyed by over 1.7 million Australian students over a number of years. The program is available for both primary and high school students and tours both metropolitan and regional VIC, as well as NSW, QLD, ACT, SA and TAS.

Brainstorm Productions is recognised by educational professionals and the teaching community as a leader in student wellbeing programs, with over 30 years experience. Our programs are developed in close collaboration with teachers, schools, psychologists and community organisations (we are the Official School Partner for R U OK? organisation); and all programs are curriculum-based.

For more information about Brainstorm Productions

For more information about ‘Sticks & Stones K-6

For more information about ‘Sticks & Stones Yrs 7-10

To read a recent media interview with Brainstorm Productions founder

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