Drama and Theater classes help students improve in a wide range of areas, such as self-confidence, self-esteem, self-expression, communication, collaboration, interpersonal skills, aesthetics. consciousness and imagination. Performing theater provides an important tool for preparing students to live and work in a world that is increasingly team-oriented rather than hierarchical. Theater also helps students develop tolerance and empathy. In addition to its intrinsic educational value, it can reinforce the rest of the subject curriculum in school.
Dramatic play is a natural and fundamental part of every child's life. Drama provides dramatic play opportunities that allow students to enhance their fantasy to understand the world around them. This, in turn, helps them develop skills such as communication, empathy, self-confidence, and cooperation. In Drama classes we build a safe space where students can develop their imagination. We encourage our students to actively learn through the English language.
Drama seeks to encourage students to think and act creatively, thus developing their critical thinking and problem-solving skills that can be applied in all areas of learning. Most importantly, the drama activities are meaningful and therefore the learning becomes memorable.