Speech and Drama workshops are offered after school on Thursday afternoons - numbers are limited. 

The workshops are designed to be fun and positive experiences whilst covering a range of speaking and dramatic skills - including public speaking, debating, poetry and prose speaking, prepared and sight reading, Bible reading, vocal expressiveness, mime, improvisation and scripted drama. Workshops run from March to November. 

Students gain confidence in expressing and presenting themselves well, develop vocal expressiveness and clarity of voice, integrity and respect, memory training, teamwork, co-operation, perseverance, diligence, tolerance and judgement. 

 

Time and Venue:Thursdays 3.25pm – 6pm, Baradene College
Teachers:

Glenda Pearce

M.Ed (First class Hons), LTCL (Distinction), BA, ATCL, Dip Tchg, Dip.TESOL, RTSCA and SCA accredited adjudicator

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Assistant teachers:

Ben Lamb




Ben is currently working towards his LTCL Diploma qualification after achieving distinction in his ATCL, as well as completing AS Cambridge drama with an A grade. He has most recently performed in “Much Ado About Nothing” at The Pumphouse Theatre and in “All’s Well That Ends Well” at The Pop-Up Globe.

Bridgette Mingers

Bridgette has been doing Speech and Drama since Year 8 at Baradene with Glenda. She achieved ATCL in public speaking, and she currently studying to become a primary school teacher at Auckland University. Bridgette says, "Speech and Drama has helped me achieve many skills and it has helped me vocally and mentally."