Now in its second year, our partnership with Hart District Council has seen us deliver several successful Child Criminal Exploitation IMPACT sessions across a number of Secondary Schools in the region.

In the Summer term of 2022, over 950 Year 8 students took part in IMPACT days which include; a facilitated drama performance, interactive ‘making meaning’ workshop and a series challenges – all designed to raise awareness of the methods criminal gangs use to Target, Test and Trap young people, to highlight the associated risks and the dangers relating to “county lines” activity and to develop mental toughness and resilience.

Our engaging play “Our Town” sets the scene in a powerful thought-provoking 3-hander followed by a “Making Meaning” workshop which allows the young people to ask questions of the characters in the play and to think about how some of the things they have just seen could relate to their own lives. A series of physically active Game Changer challenges then allow students to see how their choices of words, behaviours and actions can impact themselves and those around them.

Testimonials and feedback

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We deliver this programme for early intervention and for larger cohorts of young people.

We look forward to developing our relationship with Hart District Council and ensuring the Game Changer programme reaches many more young people in the area.

If your school, trust or council are inspired by our work and would like to know more, please do not hesitate to get in touch by hitting the button below.

Meet Gamechanger’s Partnerships and Business Development Executive, Juliet Chappell.

Juliet is a trained facilitator with over 10 years of experience in Theatre in Education (actor, writer workshop leader and director). She has a BA Hons in Modern History from the University of Oxford and a BA Hons in Acting from the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. She is a qualified TEFL teacher and spent many years working across mainland Europe with a number of English language theatre companies and education providers. Juliet has also worked within the UK as an actor on stage and screen.

Juliet joined Gamechanger at the start of 2024, in a change of role from her career in the NHS. She is looking forward to focusing on business development and partnerships, with the hope of expanding the national provision of Gamechanger’s Impact and Intervention products. She is excited to see the portfolio evolve and is proud to be involved in the company’s mission to reach many vulnerable young people at risk of Child Criminal Exploitation and other major social issues.

Away from work, Juliet enjoys exploring the coast and moorland of her home county of Devon. Aside from hiking and sea swimming, she is interested in travelling, languages, theatre, current affairs and food (cooking and eating!)

Meet Gamechanger’s strategy and financial planning expert Richard Adam.

Richard’s role is to provide financial oversight and strategic support for Gamechanger. 

Richard is a qualified accountant and experienced Director with a background in manufacturing and digital businesses, including shared immersive spaces for education and simulated training environments. Richard is supporting the team with financial and strategic enterprise planning, providing a robust framework and development pathway underpinning the consistent and highest standards of service delivery and client satisfaction now and in the future.