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At Julia Gabriel Centre, we believe each individual is exceptional.

Drama & Communication Programmes

SPEECH COMMUNICATION ARTS

(6 – 12 Years / Primary 1 – 6)

Empowers every learner to become a self-leader

Our Speech Communication Arts programmes enable primary school-aged children to build their expressive speaking ability, presentation skills and interpersonal communication through drama, speech work and literacy activities which extend their imagination, creative problem-solving ability and awareness of the world around them.  

Focusing on communication, conversation and discussion skills to build confidence, concentration and social expression, our early-primary students (ages 7  8) work towards Level 1 and Level 2 of the Trinity College London’s Speech Communication Arts syllabus.

Older primary students (ages 9  12) are guided to master critical thinking skills and confidence to express ideas in formal and informal communication situations and work towards Levels 3  6 of the Trinity College London Speech Communication Arts syllabus, which focus on developing expressive communication and confidence in public speaking.  

In our Speech Communication Arts programme, students will: 

  • Focus on communication, conversation and discussion skills. 
  • Develop ability to express ideas, needs and interests. 
  • Find solutions while building self-esteem. 
  • Widen and deepen reading and literacy skills through recording their responses to stories and drama activities in pictorial and written form 

Older children (ages 9  12) will also: 

  • Develop critical thinking skills and confidence to express ideas in formal and informal communication situations. 
  • Master skills needed to read and perform literature expressively. 
  • Plan and deliver presentations 
  • Critique and review books. 
  • Create, structure and narrate stories 

“The teacher accepts every child as a unique individual while encouraging imagination and resourcefulness, helping the child to be less inhibited. The programme makes learning a joy. Great job!”
– PARENT OF NOAH NG YI EN