A Wild
Jungle Experience

Let’s embark on an immersive journey through the depths of the jungle, where jaguars hide in the shadows, scarlet macaws soar above the treetops, and iguanas scale the sides of the trees. It is the world of Jungle Animals.

The Use of Storytelling in Wellbeing Education

Storytelling is a powerful tool in wellbeing education, with the capacity to expose human nature, characteristics, triumphs and tragedies.

Drama Focus Games and Strategies for Improving Focus in the Classroom

Capturing the attention of young students in the primary school classroom can be a challenging task, even for the most experienced classroom teacher.


If I was given the opportunity to dress like a member of the Kelly Gang in the 1800’s or construct the Eureka Flag, I might have a clearer memory of those incidents in Australian History.

Engaging shy children in
group drama

Step 1: Make it special. The first trick to making drama accessible is to make it enticing. For children, the more attractive the icing on the cake, the more delicious it must be and the same is true of drama.  In our workshops, we transform your space into a wonderland...
children roleplaying

Incorporating Drama into a daily school routine

For many teachers the idea of adding drama into their already busy daily routine feels overwhelming, however, if it is integrated into other subjects, drama can be done easily. For some children the benefits of incorporating drama into the classroom…

The benefits of Drama for young children

Drama is more than just a performance-based art form, it is an accessible and powerful interactive learning tool for young students.

Drama as a tool for preparing for Primary School

Children begin the year with the excitement of big school. Uniforms, new teachers, new friends, bells, canteen, the list goes on.
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