Speech & Drama training: The key to confident communication, self-expression, and growth.
Drama serves as a powerful vehicle for communication, forming the bedrock of the performing arts. It offers a platform for individuals of all ages to delve into the realms of exploration, experience, and enjoyment by assuming new characters, all the while relishing the process of manipulating their voices and mastering the art of expressing themselves with clarity and confidence. The communication skills honed through drama readily transcend the stage, finding practical application in the wider world. It equips each individual with the invaluable ability to engage in conversations with assurance, to stand tall, and to effectively convey ideas in any given situation. Drama, in essence, acts as a tool to foster the growth of self-esteem, creativity, and self-expression within each person who embraces it.
Cultivate confidence and self-expression
Foster tolerance and diversity
Develop active listening skills
Collaborate effectively in a team
Enhance vocal projection abilities
Communicate effectively within a group
Encourage creative thinking
Appreciate and analyze diverse literature
Versatility in creating characters
Mastery of voice control and expression
Familiarity with drama and theatre practitioners
Proficiency in improvisation techniques
Understanding of stage management and theatre production
Ability to portray diverse and eccentric characters
Our speech and drama classes offer lessons that cater to the syllabi and grading criteria for the Trinity London, LAMDA, and LCM Exams and our students participate in various speech festivals and competitions throughout the year.
The Trinity London, LAMDA, and LCM Exams are recognized worldwide and are assessed by visiting examiners. Apart from being beneficial for students seeking to gain additional arts GCSE or A-level GCE requirements, these exams also serve as a valuable focus and achievement for students and provide a tangible measure of their effort and dedication. Moreover, all exams significantly contribute to a student’s UCAS points when applying to UK universities. For example, a grade 6 distinction for a Trinity exam can earn students 40 points, which will offer students an advantage in meeting the grade requirements for their desired university courses.
In summary, speech and drama examinations holistically reward and enrich students’ education, creativity, and artistic abilities. They offer a comprehensive learning experience that equips students both academically and artistically, while also enhancing their prospects for future educational pursuits.