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Tokyo Bees

Tokyo Bees, a Helen O’Grady Drama Academy has run exciting classes for children and young people between the ages of 5 and 17, around the world, for more than thirty years. The curriculum is guaranteed to develop children’s speech, language and communication skills!

Verbal communication skills more important than ever!

In our modern world, when young people rely so much on technology to socialise and communicate, it is crucial we nurture our children’s confidence to allow them to hold their heads up, speak clearly and present themselves well in all situations. Principals worldwide have the support of schools and parents and demand for classes is growing.

Our Programmes

Our programmes are for Students from 3 to 10 and encompass a huge body of developmental drama which
  • empowers students
  • increases energy and enthusiasm
  • encourages listening and conversational skills
  • promotes social skills
  • stimulates creativity and concentration
  • provides a solid platform for success in performing arts
  • adds to confidence and self-esteem
Enthusiastic participation in each lesson is encouraged.
Classes are held for an hour every week. Children can sign up for a FREE Trial Lesson.
Currently we have classes running in Moto Azabu, Minami azabu, Akasaka and Azabu Juban.
Please visit www.tokyo-bees.com OR email info@tokyo-bees.com for more details.
** This content was originally published on Tokyo Stroller which has now merged with Best Living Japan. We hope you enjoy the new combined site. **

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