A THEATRE company will perform a play at Neston High about misbehaving students on a school bus.
Cragrats, who are touring 18 high schools across Cheshire, will be performing to groups of Year 7 pupils on November 20 to make them consider how their own behaviour can affect those around them.
The initiative, which has been arranged and funded by Cheshire County Council’s School Travel Team, is aimed at improving behaviour and safety on school buses.
After the play there will be an interactive workshop for pupils to discuss the impact of each character’s behaviour and the negative consequences they can create.
Cheshire’s executive member for Highways and Transportation, Eveleigh Moore-Dutton, said: “The play gives the audience an insight into how the driver’s life is affected by the choices that other people make.
“A workshop after the production involving the three actors reinforces to pupils how making positive choices in the ways they behave can have a far reaching impact.
“Feedback from schools in previous years about the play has been very positive because pupils enjoy this style of learning and therefore the messages get across.”