SEEN BY OVER 100 000 GRADE 7 STUDENTS
Stephen, Craig and Sophie are about to face the unimaginable – uprooting their lives and shifting to the school down the road to commence grade 7. Everything they thought they knew faces extinction – teachers, friends and lunch time hang-outs. And in their place? Hundreds of strange faces, a confusing new timetable, terrifying teachers and unfamiliar rules that may just have to be learnt the hard way. Tackling this change with the advice of a quirky assortment of supporting characters including teachers, parents, older siblings and even the school bullies, this trio learn that when embraced, change doesn’t have to be terrifying. The inevitable transition to high school can be a time of exciting new beginnings, opportunities and life altering experiences.
Consequences of Actions, Change, Peer Pressure, Bullying
Critical & Creative Thinking, Imaginative Text, Personal Recount
Multimodal Theatre, Brecht, Ensemble, Magical Realism
“TERRORTORIAL WAS FANTASTIC. EXCELLENT ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE STUDENTS, BUT ALSO SOME “REAL-LIFE” EXAMPLES OF SITUATIONS OUR STUDENTS THEMSELVES ARE GOING THROUGH AS THEY TRANSIT FROM PRIMARY TO SECONDARY SCHOOL.”