Benefits Of Drama

1. Drama Builds Confidence

Even the shyest of children take just a few weeks to gently build up their self esteem until before long they are confident to take a full and active part in sessions - a few weeks is all it takes.

2. Drama Helps Concentration

In every session children are encouraged to listen to each other's ideas and thoughts, and to take turns. These activities allow children to recognise the value of concentration; a skill that is vital in the world outside their home.

3. Drama Helps Develop Language & Communication Skills

Learning new songs, playing new games and participating in pretend play (when children must take on the language of the role they are playing) all contribute to a child's developing vocabulary. They are encouraged to express themselves both verbally and through facial expressions and body language which is key to making them better and more effective communicators.

4. Drama Encourages Children To Co-operate

Every activity in drama, from playing drama games to improvisation to singing together, requires co-operation. Children quickly realise that in order to get the best out of sessions, co-operation is a much needed skill!

5. Drama Supports Numeracy Skills

In drama, children don't ever guess they are learning along the way - counting the number of beats in a song, counting the number of stars on a camping trip or working out how many eggs to put in a cake are just a few examples of how being involved in a drama can help to develop important numeracy skills.

6. Drama Helps Children To Understand The World Around Them

We explore a range of different themes and introduce children to different real and imaginary situations each week, sparking their interest in the world in which they live and making them more inquisitive (and therefore more interesting!) little people.

7. Drama Develops Emotional Intelligence

By encouraging children to 'act out' a range of emotions in the safe and supportive environment of a Pyjama Drama class, children are better able to understand their emotions and develop empathy with others.

8. Drama Assists Physical Development

In each session we play simple percussion instruments, create simple movement sequences and play drama games - all designed to help children gain mastery over their own growing bodies.

9. Drama Develops Creativity

Creative people are able to view things in new ways and from different perspectives, to think on their feet and generate new ideas - this is a vital life skill. Our child led approach to improvisation and pretend play encourages the development of creativity as children lead the direction of the drama themselves, come up with solutions to problems in role, and respond imaginatively to a range of pretend situations.

10. Drama Nurtures Friendships

By its very nature drama has the ability to create strong friendships between children as they laugh, learn and grow together week after week after week!

OPENING HOURS

Monday – Saturday             10:00 - 19:00

Sunday & public holiday     Closed

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CAMPUSES

Mid-Levels Campus

Shop 2, 4 Babington Path, Sai Ying Pun (MTR Sai Ying Pun Station Exit C)

Sha Tin Campus

Unit G, 11/F Kings Wing Plaza 1, 3 On Kwan Street, Sha Tin (MTR Shek Mun Station Exit C)

Tai Po Campus

No 5 Kwong Fuk Road, Tai Po (MTR Tai Wo Station Exit A)

Tseung Kwan O Campus

Shop 116, 1/F PopWalk, 12 Tong Chun Street (MTR Tseung Kwan O Station Exit C)

Tsuen Wan Campus

Unit 16, 13/F Grand City Plaza, 1-17 Sai Lau Kok Road, Tsuen Wan (MTR Tsuen Wan Station Exit A3)

Lai Chi Kok Campus

Unit 6, 20/F China Shipbuilding Tower, 650 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Lai Chi Kok (MTR Lai Chi Kok Station Exit B1)

Yuen Long Campus

Unit 401, 4/F Yuen Long Trade Centre, 99-109 Castle Peak Road, Yuen Long (MTR Yuen Long Station Exit B)

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