How does that work, you ask?
Having thought about engaging young Learners as well as having fun, we wondered if we could teach Shakespeare and then ask our Young Learners to put their own interpretation on it. We also thought that having a day at a Globe Workshop combining Shakespeare; Acting and a tour of the Globe Theatre could not be beat.
After that we work with the students on a play focussing around Murder; Love and Comedy and for those who don’t want to act, we engage them in Costumes; Lighting and Scenery. Students have a vivid imagination and allowing them to write their own version of a play really makes for a great run. You can be sure there is a lot of Poetic License in these!
We consider ourselves as an interactive English language school, so put more emphasis on our students receives a fully immersive experience.
Love and Comedy and for those who don’t want to act, we engage them in lighting and scenery.
Summer School Activities!
After showing the rest of the students their plays, we always enjoy a traditional Afternoon English Tea complete with cups of tea in fine china, scones with cream and cucumber sandwiches.\