Workshop Category: Anti-Bullying, Creative writing, Dinosaur, Drama and Theatre, Early Years, Egyptians, Greeks, Healthy Schools, History, Holiday clubs, Online, Poetry, Preschool and Nursery, PSHE, Romans, Saxons, SEN, Shakespeare, Shows, Storytelling, Tudors, Victorians, Vikings, World Book Day, World War One, and World War Two
Divergent Drama is a pioneering educational company that delivers drama workshops, drama clubs as well as plays. Our workshops and plays complement the national curriculum and can be tailored to each school’s needs. Using the facts they have learnt in the classroom as inspiration, we give children the opportunity to create a play, or revise their learning through drama exercises. We believe that this is a fun and effective way of learning. All of our teachers are actors working in the industry and hold enhanced DBS checks and child protection training.
Examples of our workshops are: Roald Dahl, Creating stories, Anti-bullying, E-Safety, Volcanoes, WW2, Victorians, Sensory workshops and many more. All of our prices are inclusive of two facilitators and a whole days workshop/s where you are welcome to divide the day specifically to suit your school without changing the price!
We can also create bespoke workshops for your school.
Here are some of our recent testimonials:
“The workshop was extremely relevant to our topic “twisted fairytales.” They learnt about different elements of drama. The facilitators were extremely organised, engaging and knowledgable. The children were active throughout. It was fab 10/10!!” – L.Robertson, Inkersall Primary School, Chesterfield, 12/3/18.
“The girls were well prepared and very engaging and the high level of interaction really got students excited about the stories. The workshop was well run, the performers were great with the children and were very energetic. Thank you – my year two class loved it” – Josh Anderson, Barley Lane Primary, Romford, 6/3/18.
“The children performed using expression, in role as characters, we liked the exaggerated characters. The directors had great resources and props and there was an opportunity for all the children to be involved. I would book again yes.” – Mrs Bamrah, Barley Lane Primary, Romford, 26/02/18.