‘’Tell me and I will forget.
Show me and I will remember.
Involve me and I will understand.’’
One of our passionate missions is to make drama vital part of the schools’ curriculum, providing lessons LAMDA-based planned lessons.
Children like to move and to interact with others. In drama we ask them to do exactly this. Rather than sitting still and listening they are encouraged to move, speak and respond to one another. Students who are challenged by reading and writing (including those with English as a second language) often respond more positively to the imaginative and multisensory learning offered by drama.
This in turn helps them develop such skills as creativity, enquiry, communication, empathy, self-confidence, cooperation, leadership and negotiation.
One to one tuition.
Any student who is approaching the challenging and perhaps daunting task of preparing an examination passage will not only be able to choose from a wealth of literary material drawn from the most recent LAMDA Anthology, but also work closely with our drama teachers on confidently and cleverly performing it.
Talent is one thing, but truly standing out requires work, and we,
as always, are here to help.
Why miss out on your favourite lessons just because school closes? ARTeach is always here to provide various exciting Performing Holiday/Summer Camps on your school breaks! Together, we find the best course of action according to your school ethos and your needs. Get in touch today, and let the fun begin.
Our workshops aim at introducing drama into students’ life, through games and drama exercises. Through our LAMDA-based planned lessons, students not only engage imaginatively with the thought, emotion and form of a text, but also develop skills in voice, diction and posture.
Most importantly due to our customized drama activities students have fun, making learning both enjoyable and memorable.
After School Clubs.
The greatest fun a student can have, is in an after school drama club! We sing, we speak, we play, we learn! Through drama games, students start to recognize from early stages what is fair and unfair, kind and unkind, what is right and wrong.
By participating in fun drama exercises they develop communication skills, and learn to include and respect other. Who knew one could learn so much through playing!