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New drama quarters for students trained to develop their personality

The Helen O’Grady academy, which has been in Malta since 2005, inaugurated a new building in Attard. Principal Alan Montanaro said that, through drama, the academy assists students to enlarge their esteem and self-confidence.

Around 700 students are provided with the opportunity to develop their personality through programmes in the academy for persons of all ages.

Mr Montanaro said “in order to increase confidence, we assist children to increase their esteem in a sweet and safe way; we believe that teaching tells us that with entertainment, you will not forget it”.

The new quarters were inaugurated in the presence of the Helen O’Grady academy chief executive, Negel LePage and the director responsible for international training, Alison Mazanec.