Become a Teacher
At O’Grady Drama, we believe in empowering our students to express themselves through the power of creative drama. As a developmental drama teacher, you have the unique opportunity to inspire and guide your students to discover their own creativity and develop essential life skills.
We understand the importance of resources and support for your drama classes. That’s why we offer a comprehensive range of drama programs, workshops, and resources to help you bring your lessons to life.
Our drama programs are designed to engage students of all ages and abilities, with a focus on developing their confidence, communication, and collaboration skills.
We provide resources to support your teaching, including lesson plans, professional development opportunities and through Your experienced Principal, access to our online community of developmental drama teachers. We are committed to helping you deliver engaging and effective drama lessons that inspire and motivate your students.
At O’Grady Drama, we pride ourselves on our passion for delivering life skills and education through drama and on our commitment to supporting drama teachers like you. Join our community today, where your contribution will be valued and worthwhile. Let’s work together to unleash the full potential of your students through the power of creative drama.
For more information about becoming a teacher:
Current Positions available
Energetic and enthusiastic person to teach drama to school-aged children after school hours during school terms.
Program and training provided. Working with Children Check Compulsory.
Please forward a resume to email@example.com/
Enquiries 0438 788 080
“The training and practice of being a teacher with the Helen O’Grady Academy has vastly improved my skill set: Not only as a drama teacher but as an educator.
I have learnt and practiced Class management strategies, in addition to vibrant and inventive ways to deliver content.
The Academy has also prepared me to manage the contemporary learning environment, including effective teaching strategies for ESL students, through foundational speech pathology etc.
The Academy also facilitates continuing professional development. These sessions include further developing skills in delivering content, in rapport building and in preventative strategies for managing behaviour.”
– Chris F