​Arts and Soul drama workshops are fun and interactive sessions which help develop children's communication and social skills and help to build self-confidence and enhance emotional well-being. Our drama practitioners are highly accomplished in their field and are experienced at using drama & role play to link with any subject or topic. These workshops can help participants to engage with subjects, events, difficulties and challenges in a creative way.

Arts and Soul drama workshops are fun and interactive sessions which help develop children's communication and social skills and help to build self-confidence and enhance emotional well-being. Our drama practitioners are highly accomplished in their field and are experienced at using drama & role play to link with any subject or topic. These workshops can help participants to engage with subjects, events, difficulties and challenges in a creative way.

We offer half-day drama workshops based on class curricular and themes or events in the school calendar.  These can be booked for up to 30 children and cost £200 each or £300 for two workshops booked on the same day.  These drama workshops will meet the statutory requirements of English in the National Curriculum:

 

All pupils should be enabled to participate in and gain knowledge, skills and understanding associated with the artistic practice of drama. Pupils should be able to adopt, create and sustain a range of roles, responding appropriately to others in role. They should have opportunities to improvise, devise and script drama for one another and a range of audiences, as well as to rehearse, refine, share and respond thoughtfully to drama and theatre performances.

 

Lights, Camera, Action! (half-day workshop)

Children will explore their class topic through a series of drama activities including warm ups, acting in role, improvisation, rehearsing and performing.  These drama workshops are based on the following key curriculum topics (although we do offer a bespoke service so please contact us if you’d like to request another topic):

 

EYFS

  • Animals

  • Pirates

  • Fairytales

  • Space

  • Under the Sea

  • Food

  • People Who Help Us

  • Ourselves

  • Light and Dark

  • Houses and Homes

 

KS1

  • Toys

  • Africa

  • Gardens

  • Explorers

  • Rainforests

  • Dinosaurs

  • Celebrations

  • The Great Fire of London

  • Seaside

  • Superheroes

  • Transport

 

KS2

  • Ancient Egypt

  • Chocolate

  • The Tudors

  • Prehistoric Age (Stone Age to Iron Age)

  • Fairtrade

  • Ancient Greece

  • The Romans

  • The Anglo Saxons

  • Robots

  • Extreme Earth (natural disasters)

  • The Vikings

  • India

  • The Victorians

  • Water

  • World War II

  • Space

  • The Wild West

 

All the World’s a Stage (half-day workshop) Bringing past events, stories and celebrations to life

Children will explore their whole school topic through a series of drama activities including warm ups, acting in role, improvisation, rehearsing and performing.  These drama workshops are based on the following whole school calendar events (although we do offer a bespoke service so please contact us if you’d like to request another topic):

 

  • Black History

  • Refugee Week

  • Book Week

  • Anti-Bullying

  • Internet Safety

  • International Day