Our Creative programmes focus on communication, collaboration, adaptability and problem solving always in a cultural exchange framework.
Through the performing arts, storytelling, music, literature or teleplay you will improve your confidence in both written and spoken English, developing soft skils for independent and group working, for example time management, attentive listening and giving constructive feedback.
Ages: 8 +
Maximum 15 students per class
Do you love stories? Do you enjoy writing your thoughts, imagining scenarios, plots and characters?
Your storytelling tutor will help you to learn the practical skills and techniques to grow as a storyteller.
Storytelling is how we make sense and communicate our experiences to others. Humans are hardwired for stories!
Themes explored throughout this project could include:
Childhood Stories from around the World
The Story of Everything
Developing Story Language
How to tell a story -The Voice
How to tell a story – The Body
Storytelling Sharing and how to give constructive feedback
English lessons and theatre workshops to develop students’ confidence with English both inside and outside the classroom. The theatre project is tailor-made to suit the group’s ages, interests, language level and curricular needs, and at the end of the week there is a chance to showcase their work.
With everyone given a chance to shine, performing arts essions will be spent working on
performing dance routines
developing theatre techniques
Structured rehearsals, repetition, ongoing support and guidance will ensure that students feel empowered and confident performing on stage together in English. Scripts are created based on the ages, interests and language levels of your students. We can create an adaptation of a well-known story, or something completely original. We can follow your curriculum to help students bring their classroom learning to the stage!