Drama Therapy

    Our Drama Therapists are provided by Roundabout Dramatherapy.  They work with individuals and groups of students across all of our school years.


    Dramatherapy involves verbal and non-verbal work and makes use of a wide range of theatrical and dramatic techniques, such as story-telling, story-making and enactment, improvisation, role-play, mime, puppets, movement, music and voice work.

    The general aims of Roundabout’s dramatherapy sessions include:

    • Building trusting relationships
    • Expressing and exploring feelings
    • Developing social interaction skills
    • Developing artistic and creative skills
    • Improving self-image and self-confidence
    • Working with the imagination
    • Creating opportunities and skills for self-advocacy
    • Having fun