Students in years 10, 9 and 8 had a visit from the TenTen Theatre Company this week who performed the plays ‘Babies’, ‘Chased’ and ‘Two-Faced’.

BABIES (Year 10) covered a wide range of themes dealing with teenage pregnancy, abortion, parenthood, relationships, marriage, family life, love and responsibility. It enables young people to understand delicate issues with their hearts and minds.

CHASED (Year 9) explores peer pressure, relationships, the impact of the media and the influence of alcohol. It promotes the virtue of chastity, love and marriage.

TWO-FACED (Year 8) asks challenging questions about identity, body image, using others, the value of self and the gift of friendship.

TenTen Theatre is an award-winning theatre company working in primary schools, secondary schools, young offender institutions, parishes, community venues and theatres throughout the UK. The company has also developed a significant programme of work in prisons, working in numerous young offender institutions throughout the UK.

Ten Ten Theatre has an underlying Christian ethos rooted in the Catholic tradition. The name ‘Ten Ten’ is derived from the scripture passage John 10:10, “I have come that you may have life, life to the full.” Through all of its work, Ten Ten aims to enable participants to “live life to the full.”