We educate young children through drama and imaginative play to develop their life skills. We offer classes, parties, and performances for children up to 7 years, award-winning drama and imaginative play training and resources for early years practitioners, and franchise opportunities.
UNICEF, UNESCO and WHO all list problem solving, critical thinking, communication, decision-making, creative thinking, interpersonal skills, self-awareness, empathy, coping with stress and dealing with emotions as the ten core life skills children need to lead happy, healthy, successful lives. You can see all these skills being developed at a Pyjama Drama class or at a party. Early years practitioners can learn how to use our techniques by taking a Pyjama Drama training course. Or you can join the team and develop children’s life skills by becoming a Pyjama Drama teacher yourself.
Find a Pyjama Drama class near you. We run four age-differentiated classes – for babies and younger toddlers, for older toddlers, for preschool children and for children 5 – 7 years. We also offer classes during school holidays and exciting Interactive Performances!
Looking for a birthday party with a difference that your kids will love? Your party will be packed full of music and song, role play, story, pretend and a lot of birthday magic! We offer parties for first birthdays and for children aged 2 – 7.
We offer award-winning online and in-person drama and imaginative play training and resources for anyone working with children aged 2 - 5. Our techniques and resources all develop life skills and support the EYFS, Curriculum for Wales, and Curriculum for Excellence (Scotland). Find our more here.
Join our team and set up your own Pyjama Drama business. We give you all the training and resources you need to be successful. There has never been a better time to join us.
Drama is one of the most powerful ways to develop life skills. Pretend play accelerates language, nurtures empathy, builds confidence and teaches children about the world. It targets teamwork and builds resilience and self-esteem. Our classes meet the current requirements of the National Curriculum, specifically the three Prime Areas of Learning: Communication and language, Personal, social and emotional development, and Physical skills.