DramEd Educators spark curiosity and set the scene for future learning. Our aim is to lead your pupils through a cross-curricular workshop that offers children the opportunity to explore and gain a deeper understanding of the topic at hand, all whilst inspiring teachers with fresh ideas to continue using within the classroom. Using Performing arts in a lesson is an effective way of teaching, whilst allowing children to form new connections with one another, be creative, develop confidence and vital physical, communication and language skills.
We offer tailor-made workshops on a majority of topics and subjects. Just tell us what you need and we'll send you a free proposal of what we can deliver. Our aim is to make booking a great workshop, simple!
"When the untapped potential of a student meets the liberating art of a teacher, a miracle unfolds."
― Mary Hatwood Futrell
Each workshop employs; props, songs, dance and socio-dramatic play to encourage children up on their feet and create lasting memories.
DramEd Educators have delivered workshops for:
- Key Figures - bringing an actor-in-role, to your classroom!
- Key Figures Performance - is an actor-in-role workshop, led by two Performing Educators. Each performance uses a script created in-house by our wonderful team of researchers.
- I Can Do It Too - School Assemblies led by successors of industries including music, drama, business, nutrition, directing and natural skincare
- African Drumming - Traditional African Drumming Workshops
- Black History
- I Can Do It Too
- Refugee Week
- Mental Health Awareness
- Florence Nightingale
- What Makes Britain Great
- Multi-cultural Week
- Roman Britain
- Middle Ages
- Tudor and Stuarts
- World War One
- World War Two
- Ancient Greece
Workshops can be booked as a regular visit to support a topic, as a stand-alone workshop, or effective PPA cover!
Email us to book a workshop in your school.