In this course you will learn two powerful techniques that will help you to boost children’s attention and stimulate their curiosity. As well as how to lead activities without having to repeat instructions.
- How drama and imaginative play supports the development of children’s life skill
- How to lead a Pyjama Drama game in an imaginary world
- Training booklet with lesson plan
- Pyjama Drama music
Pyjama Drama was first developed back in 2005 by drama teacher, Sarah Owen who now runs the company with her sister, Rachel McKenna, also an experienced teacher.
We educate young children through drama and imaginative play to develop their life skills. We offer award-winning drama and imaginative play training and resources for early years practitioners; classes, parties, and performances for children up to 7 years, and franchise opportunities.
UNICEF, UNESCO and WHO all list problem solving, critical thinking, communication, decision-making, creative thinking, interpersonal skills, self-awareness, empathy, coping with stress and dealing with emotions as the ten core life skills children need to lead happy, healthy, successful lives. Early years practitioners can learn how to use our techniques by taking a Pyjama Drama training course. You can see all these skills being developed at a Pyjama Drama class or at a party, or you can join the team and develop children’s life skills by becoming a Pyjama Drama teacher yourself.
Course materials will be available once you have enrolled on this course.