Our vision is to help teachers and parents to teach and learn English through Drama. Our team is composed of well experienced English and drama teachers all around the globe.
He completed Master of Arts at University of Oxford. He worked at BBC for 30 years. He was awarded the Sony Award for the best radio Comedy the and Arthur Koestler Award for creative work with prisoners. He was a TV drama script editor and a producer of radio drama. He worked as a Director for stage plays. He is an author of the book, "Writing and Acting for Radio"
He has more than thirty years experience in manufacturing, sales & marketing within Europe and exporting from the Far East. He successfully raised finance from investors and set up and managed new business ventures. He got his education in the UK and a degree (with distinction) in Fashion and Textiles from Brighton University in 1978.
He has been an IT Consultant and IT Administrator of many of his clients in Thailand and the Philippines. He always wanted to share his blessings with others, so as he pursue his journey, he believes that education is the best way to serve others. In 2017, he joined English through Drama to share the same vision with the others in the team to inspire underprivileged youths - help them grow to their full potential and inspire them to promote cooperation, compassion and creativity in today's modern world.
His latest projects and a lifelong ambition have been to be part of a team working in the fair trade industry from Thailand with his Soap Nuts project and also teaching English through Drama. He has gained 50 years’ experience in global sales & marketing. TETD Ltd is a project close to his heart to help underprivileged children globally by supporting their education. Mastering English will help both them and future generations. As a part time actor in his twenties, Tony realized the importance of creativity and freedom of expression.
She is an independent teacher of English and Drama and Communication Skills Coach for business professionals. She runs workshops, courses and do one-to-one coaching in Drama, Audition Technique, English, Speech Writing, Public Speaking, Personal Impact, Communication and Presentation Skills. She is a teacher of curriculum Drama and Theatre Studies up to A Level at Queen Anne’s School, Caversham, Berkshire. She has been coaching students individually for LAMDA and RADA Shakespeare exams, audition coaching for Drama School and for National Youth Theatre applicants. She is also a director of productions including Shakespeare, contemporary plays and musicals.
He completed BA World Performance with First class BA Hons. He was leading drama workshops in Essex county schools to promote the East 15 Learning a multicultural approach on the World Performance Course. He has musical abilities employed to help students on MA Directing course. He also got A level: Art (A), English (C) and Theatre Studies (D). He was awarded senior drama colours. He was also a Music scholar in Grade 8 in both cello and percussion. He also got GCSE: 3A*, 3A, 2B and 1C. He worked in Right4Children as a Project Leader with English through Drama as a trainer of Nepalese teachers.
When she was 18, she was lucky enough to spend 4 months working with street children in Kenya. While she was there, she developed a real interest in seeing how the children progressed and was so enthusiastic to learn, despite having so few resources and having suffered such traumatic emotional and physical abuse. Since then, she has graduated from Bristol University, completed a TESOL course, qualified as a yoga teacher, spent 8 months travelling in India and worked with English through Drama on the launch of the programme in Nepal in 2017.