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“Sarah has made a huge impact here at Highlands over the last two years. The teachers are noticeably teaching more creative, inspiring lessons. Sarah often links her sessions to creative writing, which has improved since she has been with us. She manages to make every lesson magical, special and holistic - using music, drama and dance. It has been wonderful for our EAL pupils to develop their language too.”


Jean Durr – Deputy Head, Highlands Primary School, London


Our teacher training programmes can be delivered to teachers of all levels, from beginner to advanced, and all grades from escuela infantil to bachillerato and university level. We also deliver creative English workshops to students in your school, working with all levels from Infantil to Segundaria.




Our Teacher 

Sarah Perry has seven years experience training British teachers with the Prince’s Foundation for the Children and the Arts, with a special focus on English as Second Language (ESL) learning. For her work she has received various distinctions(Chairman’s Award 2010/11). Her teaching style is fun, dynamic, and immanently practical.​


We have invited Sarah Perry a performing arts education specialist from the UK to run innovative staff workshops focused on integrating more creativity into the curriculum and strengthening teams. The workshop focuses on using drama, dance and music to teach different topics from the curriculum, whether they be grammar, math, science or Physical Education. 

By physicalising the curriculum through the performing arts, we provide magical learning experiences that help children to achieve, and schools to raise standards. This active approach inspires teachers to think differently about the learning experience

Chancellor's Award 2011

"All of Sarah's work has a sense of fun and enjoyment, together with high expectations. She has a very caring manner and wonderful rapport with children and staff, using her high level of performance skills most creatively. Her planning takes into careful consideration the needs of the school as a whole and those of the individual pupil. "

Nigel Mainard - Managing Director, Artis Education

“Realistic, practical, fun lessons and warm ups that can be used and adapted straight away. No hard resources to collect just relied on creativity. The course was so enjoyable and gave me loads of new ideas to go away and teach with". 

Primary teacher - Barnhurst Junior School 

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