Would you like us to visit your school to support your pupils with their English studies?
The quality of our production-workshop deepens your pupils understanding of the text and prepares them for their exams. Our structured Q&A session enhances your pupils knowledge of the key themes, characterisations, and Britain during that period. Katch 22 reiterates to the audience Priestly’s main message of social responsibility.
Touring to schools is the only contact that some pupils get with theatre. This is an invaluable social, cultural and artistic experience.
No limit on the size of the audience.
Length of workshop is 1hr with a 20min structured Q&A session.
Tour dates from 25th Feb to 15th March 2020.
Over the five years of touring we have had continual positive feedback from our schools. Please read below reviews from the 2018 tour.
I would like to say thank you for yesterday - amidst such cold and snowy weather, you endeavoured to put on the workshop for our students.
Inspector Calls really supported our students with the main message and key quotes from the play - excellent for our Year 11s who have studied it and a great introduction for our Year 10s who have just started studying the play.
Thank you once again,
Bhav Chauhan - The North Birmingham Academy, Birmingham
Thank you very much for the workshop, the facilitators were fantastic and the students found it both interesting and beneficial to their revision. The Q and A session was brilliant and K22 were obviously extremely knowledgeable providing a perceptive insight into their interpretation of characters and themes. Would definitely recommend to other schools and will re-book for future use!
Jess Alton - Great Wyrley High School, Walsall
Thank you for your excellent workshop. We always enjoy Katch 22’s visits and we are impressed with the professionalism of the leaders and how they respond to our students’ questions. Our Y11s were talking about it throughout the day and it’s been a great revision tool for them so close to the exam period.
Ruth Haywood - Bishop Veseys Grammar School, Sutton Coldfield
It was brilliant today! The students gained so much from the workshop The answers to questions and discussion at the end was thoughtful: the facilitators went out of their way to ensure students understood that this was their personal interpretation and they then explained why. It is clear that K22 are very knowledgeable about the text, Priestley and important contextual factors. The leaders asked me beforehand what exam board we use and whether students get marks for context to ensure that they didn’t provide information that wouldn’t be relevant to our students. Year 11 are now really prepared for their mock examination next week and their actual GCSE in a few months!
Beth Fife - Aldersley School, Wolverhampton