This course offers wonderful opportunities for students to enjoy learning English with movements.
Young students are much more receptive when they can associate a word with a movement or a sound.
The group learning complements English classes that the school provides.
Our teacher is able to provide one -to-one attention due to small class
Our courses and workshops aim to develop life skills that complement lessons learnt at schools and in classrooms, that equip young people to face challenges at university and in work place. Our tutors and mentors are therefore selected based on their field experience and track record in their fields. Many of them have mentored young performers and young achievers in their respective industries. All of them have experienced tutoring and mentoring people with diverse backgrounds.
The students will be assessed on the following areas:
At the end of the course, students can opt to take LAMDA examination which is a separate exercise.
|Animals in Drama
|Physical Interpretations of text
|Holding the stage – how to get people to focus on YOU
|Story Telling as a group
|Using Props and costume to create character
|Role Play and Improvisation
|Trust – alone and as part of a team
|Stage Craft Technique
|Fun final session of mini group performances for assessment
My son is shy in the class. But somehow movements make him forget his shyness and he begins to be brave enough to say words out loud. It is such a good idea to learn English and to understand a new word. Thoroughly recommend this to fellow parents. - Mother of Jacob, 6