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Bring some drama to your school!

  • Bring some drama to your school!
  • Bring some drama to your school!
  • Bring some drama to your school!
  • Bring some drama to your school!
  • Bring some drama to your school!
  • Bring some drama to your school!
  • Bring some drama to your school!
  • Bring some drama to your school!
  • Bring some drama to your school!
  • Bring some drama to your school!

We run unique, exciting drama and imaginative play classes for children up to seven years old.

Aside from the fact that drama and imaginative play is lots of fun, it is also widely acknowledged to have huge developmental benefits, helping to improve confidence, communication and other social skills. 


What happens in a Pyjama Drama session?

For children up to five years old the Pyjama Drama teacher helps gently guide the children through an imaginative role-play with the children playing a key part in shaping the direction of the drama. From five years each session begins with the leader telling the opening of a simple story to the point of conflict or climax. Children then work together to find a resolution or ending to the story, from which all subsequent games and activities are based. As at this age children are increasingly more independent leaners, they are also introduced to simple drama simple drama tools to explore characters and events in their story, for example, hot seating, freeze frame or narration.

Key benefits of Pyjama Drama classes

  • Developed by an experienced former drama teacher and delivered by highly skilled and trained drama practitioners
  • Hundreds of different sessions on a huge range of themes & topics
  • Every session includes music, movement, drama games and imaginative role-play
  • Many sessions offer cross-curricular links, for example, “The Great Outdoors”, “Journeys”, “Different Places”, “People Who Help Us”. 
  • Lots of sessions to tie in with key dates in the school calendar, such as Road Safety Week, Multicultural Week or World Book Day
  • Carefully age differentiated to ensure maximum benefit to the children
  • Entire programme shaped by the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage in England, The Foundation Phase in Wales and the Curriculum for Excellence in Scotland

How we work with schools

We have many years experience working with schools and can provide regular sessions in the school day, one-off special sessions, or lunchtime and after-school clubs.
If you would like to discuss how Pyjama Drama could work with your school, please contact Sarah on 01938 871855 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), you can also find out more at www.pyjamadrama.com

 

Pie Corbett