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Adult Accompanied Programmes
PlayNest (6 - 18 months)
PlayClub (1 ½ – 3 years)
Bilingual PlayClub (1 ½ – 3 years)
PlayClub Independent (1 ½ – 3 years)
Speech & Drama Nursery 1 & 2 (2 - 4 years)
Speech & Drama Kindergarten 1 & 2 (4 - 6 years)
Speech Communication Arts Primary 1 - 6 (6 - 12 years)
Communication & Presentation Skills Teenagers (13 - 18 years)
Stage Lights (P1 - P6)
Stage Lights (Teens)
Alphabet Zoo Club (18 - 36 months)
I Love Reading (N1 & N2; 2 - 4 years)
Let's Read & Write (K1 & K2; 4 - 6 years)
Think N'Ink (P1 - P6; 7 - 12 years)
Julia Gabriel Foundation Teaching Certificate (Speech & Drama)
Julia Gabriel Foundation Teaching Certificate (Mandarin Speech & Drama)
Trinity College London Foundation Teaching Certificate (Speech & Drama)
A Child's World
Engaging Young Children through Drama (Mandarin)
An Introduction to EduDrama
School Support Services
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This programme gives participants opportunities to expand thinking, to speak confidently on a wide-range of topical and social issues, and to persuade an audience with creative, well-structured arguments. Students hone their persuasive speaking capabilities as they engage in class debates after which they receive adjudication feedback.
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This programme allows students to learn and apply skills related to broadcast journalism and compering. They will learn interviewing skills as well as be exposed to the correct etiquette involved in speaking in different public situations. Techniques, skills and confidence are built through practical work.
Students learn to prepare and present talks and speeches confidently and with enjoyment. The course builds awareness of the differing needs of listeners, enabling students to adapt language and presentation to suit these needs. Students are taught platform techniques and given a range of current topics which they can use for their presentations. These topics can be customised according to the needs of the school.
Students learn about story structures, characterisation, development of plot and various storytelling strategies. The programme builds students’ ability to present text in Standard English that is both vocally and physically expressive. Creativity and imagination are harnessed as students develop original stories and use effective storytelling strategies to share these stories with their peers and/or parents.
Poetry and prose are explored through drama activities to encourage students to use their imagination, develop their thinking skills and enjoy using language creatively and expressively.
Students work on text, developing characters and staging and, through teamwork, prepare a performance for peers and/or parents at the end of the course.
One of the most important skills secondary school students need is effective communication. Having an awareness of the purpose of communication, the intended audience and the differing contexts in which we are required to communicate is a distinguishing feature of an effective communicator. We engage students through a variety of activities to speak, listen, question and discuss in a purposeful, meaningful and impactful manner.
As part of this programme, students can be prepared for Trinity College London Communication Skills examinations.
Poetry and prose are explored through drama activities to encourage students to use their imagination, develop their thinking skills and enjoy using language creatively and expressively. This programme culminates in a performance for peers and/or parents at the end of the course.
Students’ reading fluency and vocal expression are improved through group reading exercises and language exploration. The course culminates in a presentation to peers and/or parents, which builds confidence in presentation skills, encourages teamwork and develops performance skills.
Students learn about story structures, characterisation, development of plot and various storytelling strategies. Classes aim to build the students’ ability to present text in Standard English that is both vocally and physically expressive. Creativity and imagination are harnessed as students develop original stories to share with their peers and/or parents.
Speech & Drama allows students to build confidence and self-esteem, and to master the techniques necessary for effective communication of the spoken word. Classes build the students’ command of Standard English, promote enjoyment of language in all its forms, and produce students who are vocally and physically expressive with speech that is clear, colourful and individual.
Students learn to prepare and present talks and speeches confidently and with enjoyment. The course builds awareness of the differing needs of listeners, enabling students to adapt language and presentation to suit these needs. As part of this programme, students can be prepared for Communication Skills examinations with Trinity College London.
This programme gives participants opportunities to develop critical thinking, to speak confidently on a wide range of topical and social issues, and to persuade an audience with creative, well-structured arguments.
Students hone their persuasive speaking capabilities as they engage in mini debates or persuasive presentations and receive constructive feedback.
This course provides support for students to help them understand, prepare for and cope with the demands of the revised ‘O’ Level English Oral Examination. Students work on the skills they need to think purposefully, building techniques for clear thinking and speaking.
This programme is supported with an original book compilation of pictures and spoken interaction prompts together with model answers which can become a useful practice and reference guide for students.
This programme develops students’ expressive speaking skills as well as enhances their enjoyment of performing and presenting poetry. Through instructions on vocal variety, an understanding and appreciation of character and main ideas in poetry, and through improvisation and drama-based activities, students prepare a choral presentation at the end of programme.