The Speech and Drama Association performs a vital role in today’s society. As a non-profit organisation based in KwaZulu-Natal, they foster and add the all-important skills of imagination, confidence and communication to a child’s education portfolio.
A well-rounded individual is not just one that can perform on the sports field, but is someone who can confidently hold the attention of an audience. What is today a school stage, may become a business podium in a few short years. Speech and drama gives children a distinct advantage in a competitive world.
The Speech and Drama Association holds well-known and respected annual festivals in schools and studios in KwaZulu-Natal where children are assessed in a non-competitive environment with encouragement and confidence development being the primary goals. And, of course, a healthy helping of fun.
A+ for the following:
Nokubonga Hadebe, Grade 9
Emmanuel Oyegoke, Grade 9
Zinhle Xaba, Grade 9
Azemahle Ndikolo, Grade 10
Luthando Khumalo, Grade 10
Hannah, Naomi, Nandi, Asante, Lungelo, Lwandle – Grade 8 group, choral verse
A for the following:
Merveille Kayumba, Grade 9
Lusanda Khumalo, Grade 9