We believe the ability to communicate effectively is an essential skill at school, in the community and in students’ future careers.
Students have many opportunities to become confident speakers in public through introducing guest presenters and proposing votes of thanks, participating in drama performances, giving speeches in assembly, or doing presentations and learning discussion skills in classes.
Formal Speech and Drama tuition is available through a private Tutor on campus. Click here to download the 2015 Speech and Drama tuition information.
Students are able to have one private lesson a week at school in class time with one of the College’s private Music and Speech and Drama tutors.