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In ELDDS, our weekly drama activities allow pupils to communicate with others and also provide theatre training such as movement, ensemble work and improvisation. Pupils will be able to speak in public, be more persuasive in their communications and have greater self-confidence. 


This process is a highly collaborative one; it also develops quick-witted spontaneous thinking, problem-solving, poise and presence, concentration, and both conceptual and analytical thinking skills.  Making a piece of theatre with pupils encourages compromise and commitment, which are all skills necessary for any work environment.


The Trinity Guildhall Speech and Drama Programme was first introduced in 2013.  It is a collaboration with Acropolis Learning Centre in Singapore and is certified by The Trinity College in London.  The programme aims to build on the previous training undergone by our pupils in Speech and Drama and carry it to another level of skills development.  It strives to develop a love for literature and the spoken word so that pupils can have the passion and be exposed to new experiences. The internationally recognised examination would be advantageous to the holistic development of pupils.



Mrs Chowdhury (OIC)

Mr Neil

Training days/Time/Venue


Selected members


3.30pm to 5.30pm


All members


7.30am to 9.00am 


External Vendors

Act3 Drama Academy (ELDDS)







 International Science Drama Competition 2017

Performance Title: Are YOU doing what is Right?
 Top 5 among Singapore schools 2017

International Science Drama Competition 2016

Performance Title: Security and Sustainability: A Parallel World

2nd Place










International Science Drama Competition 2017

Responsible Tourism: Are YOU doing what is Right?
The story of Responsible Tourism: Are YOU doing what is Right? is about two tourists on a holiday in a beach resort. As they are going around, the tour guide tells them the history of the resort and how it used to be a village. She told them the difficulties that the villagers had faced in fighting for their land and also how it had a positive change to the local community because of Responsible Tourism. This story is a reflection of reality that some parts of the world are facing now.   2017

International Science Drama Competition 2016

Performance Title: Security and Sustainability: A Parallel World

The play is about how two families live. One is a family of farmers who saves every last bit of food to the point of being stingy. Another is a rich family who wastes too much food. In the real world, they do not realise the effects of their behaviour. The play discusses what will happen if they live in a parallel world and realise what will happen if they continue with their ways.


Racial Harmony  

Students performed in plays in conjunction with Racial Harmony Day and Partners Appreciation Day




Partners Appreciation Day



Video of "Security and Sustainability: A Parallel World"



Video of "The Cat in the Hat"