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A link between the islands Mauritius and Malta show we are truly international


Mauritius
17 November

Thanks to the Helen O'Grady Drama Academy's global network, a student from Helen O'Grady Malta recently moved to Mauritius where she is able to continue the same international drama programme to the highest standards. With about 100,000 children attending classes globally, it is amazing continuity when children move from one country to another.  The transfer to another country is seemless for these children because being familiar with the programme, enables them to fit into any new country or culture.

The Helen O'Grady Drama Academy is the largest international drama school with classes are available globally in more then 40 countries.  Thousands of students attend classes weekly to follow a unique self development program. Being part of the Helen O'Grady means that children and adults are part of an amazing network, all following the same incredible programme. And because we believe in developing people through compassion, arriving anywhere at our classes is a wonderful, inclusive, fun experience.

Our specialty is using fun drama activities to focus the bold, outspoken dramatic development and to draw out the quiet, inarticulate person and help them reach into themselves and discover their full potential. We develop skills in drama so that children and adults won't be afraid to try out new things! 

Most amazingly, through this approach, children and adults become extremely good communicators, so arriving at a new class is an easy experience, not only from the new person's point of view but from all the others in the class who know how to welcome children with warmth and kindness.


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"My daughter had her first exposure to your class on Friday, and she still talking about what a fantastic time she had. Thank you so much for making it so pleasant, as she is generally a very quiet person, and that this will allow her not to be so conservative and to have a voice (not just at home, but everywhere)."

- New parent, Cape Town, South Africa