Monthly Archives: May 2019

Academic Writing workshops

Vocab games were conducted to enhance quick thinking and sequencing of words. Children were given a chance to portray their acting skills to describe a word which enabled them to think differently.



The technique of mind-mapping was introduced and the children were guided to prioritize their ideas. Vocab games were also played which enabled them to think and act quickly. Games were also included to boost their teamwork.
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Method of weaving a story systematically through successive stages were introduced. As a team a story was created. An abrupt speaking opportunity was provided which enhanced quick thinking

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The last day of workshop was fun oriented. New punctuations were introduced in between the games. Vocab games were actively conducted with whole hearted participation of each and every student

First batch of Kindy Drama going for Trinity College Evaluation

Today, we have the evaluation for our existing HelenO’Grady Kindy Drama batch by examiners from Trinity College, London. Good Luck to all our little performers!
Background: HelenO’Grady’s unique Kindy Drama programme allows young children to express themselves creatively through movement, storytelling, puppets, books and song, resulting in an enchanting way for them to interact in a group and learn about individual roles. Trinity College London Certification is included in this with an additional cost. Trinity examiners will come to examine and award the certification. HelenO’Grady programs are consistent to the evaluation requirements of Trinity.



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Developmental drama is an improvisational, non-exhibitional, process-oriented form of drama, where participants are guided by a leader to imagine, enact, and reflect on experiences real and imagined.

Developmental drama takes children’s natural world, creative play, and develops it further, using theatre techniques, to create learning experiences which are for the participants.

Program Objectives

Developmental drama activities offer an opportunity for children to:

Expand self-awareness

Nurture imagination

Think independently

Work cooperatively

Improve communication skills

Develop Language skills

Express a healthy release of emotions

Build social awareness

Children develop important complex social and higher order thinking

Through dramatic play, children learn to do things like negotiate, consider others’ perspectives, transfer knowledge from one situation to another, delay gratification, balance their own ideas with others, develop a plan and act on it, express and listen to thoughts and ideas, assign tasks and roles, and create different information and ideas.

Program Content

Helen O’ Grady’s Developmental drama programme includes dramatic play, story enactment, imagination journeys, creative movements, speech and voice exercises, Expression exercises, Poetry recitation, paired activities called snippets, group activities, theatre/drama games, mime, music and many more high energy , fun filled learning activities.


The lesson plans are designed in United Kingdom by an international research team comprising of educators from across the world


Programme conducted by Trainers who are extensively trained in the globally acclaimed Helen O’ Grady methodology of Developmental Drama