CPD Workshops from £200
Using Drama helps to build the children's confidence, develops their social skills and gives teachers an approach for exploring cross-curricular subjects and issues. It also helps develop children's performance and presentation skills.
We can provide CPD workshops for teachers who wish to develop skills using Drama methods and structures, including teacher-in-role, across many areas of the curriculum. We can work with up to 35 teaching staff for one hour to one day in your school.
We will tailor-make a programme to suit your needs and those of your pupils, for any year group from Nursery to Year 6.
Choose from any of the curriculum areas we cover in our Drama Workshops
We specialise in Teacher-in-role strategies to help pupils immerse themselves in the Drama, to create a deeper understanding of issues, creating and sustaining a role, using appropriate language while exploring and conveying situations, characters and emotions. With a bare minimum of props and costumes, you and your pupils can create a learning environment in your classrom using fail-safe drama techniques to enhance the learning of all your pupils.
We take you step-by-step through Teacher-In-Role techniques to give you a tried and tested structure on a curriculum area of your choice. We also offer ideas for follow-up work in the classroom.
Teachers Pack and Follow-Up Support
After taking part in one of our training sessions, we will not leave you high and dry! We provide a photocopiable pack containing all the drama structures and ideas we devised for you, in a step-by-step format.
We can return to give follow-up sessions and support in your classroom, and we can be contacted at any time through this site.
What teachers say about our CPD workshops:
"The staff thoroughly enjoyed the Inset session. They felt capable of delivering the
ideas and saw the possibility of using them in a variety of contexts."
Alison McClelland, Stillness Infant School, Forest Hill.
“Thank you for providing us with such an inspiring piece of Inset training”
Ola Laniyan, Sebright Primary School, Hackney.
“Good warm-up activities, liked the teacher in role sessions.”
Vicki Murray, Links Primary School, Tooting.
“Practical, hands-on approach. Highly relevant”
Chris Gibson, Dundonald Primary School, Wimbledon.
“An excellent session. Allowed me to take time out to think
about using drama in many different ways”.
Stephanie King, Tamworth Manor School, Mitcham, Surrey.