Make a difference at your primary or secondary school, with one of the best developmental drama programmes in Sussex.

As part of the internationally acclaimed Helen O'Grady group, we run highly organised, high-quality drama classes focused on boosting students’ confidence, communication skills and creativity. Having worked with many schools across East and West Sussex, and in teaching roles, we know that our programme works wonders in achieving these things.

Special rate for schools

We offer a special reduced rate for schools, and many parents are happy to pay a small fee to enrich their children’s creative arts education. Our teaching schedule fills up quickly, so get in touch to register your interest and find out more.

Why us for your after-school drama club?

    We teach all year-groups – no student at your school has to wait till next year
    No auditions, no try-outs, no bad feelings – every child participates in a very positive way
    Our structured curriculum meets educational learning and literacy standards while being entertaining for the students
    New lessons every week, with fast-paced, fun-packed drama scenes and activities
    We only work with reliable, energetic teachers trained to Helen O'Grady standards


Effortless after-school care

    We only need a single open room or area
    There’s no student administration work involved
    We only enrich, not interfere, with existing after-school programmes
    We can do school assembly or lunchtime performances at no added cost or effort

What people say about us

Both of my children have been attending the drama class for over a year. It’s a great opportunity for them to build up their confidence and be able to speak comfortably in public.

Dan, Ying’s mum

My son was really shy and wasn’t good at joining in with others. But since starting at Helen O’ Grady, he has really come out of his shell; his confidence has grown and he now loves to join in and try new things. Also, his communication skills have really improved and he has become a lot more creative in how he plays.

Julie-Anne, Noah’s mum

See us in action!