After a busy week of learning lines, developing drama techniques, creating props and making scenery, our Primary and Secondary students performed their mini plays in front of one another on Thursday, bringing NAISAK’s first ever ‘Dramarama’ week to an end. This was a great opportunity for the students to learn in a fun and active way, which in turn helped them to develop their communication, collaboration and performance skills. This was also a great opportunity for the teachers to get involved in project-based learning. Throughout the week, the students were encouraged to think and act creatively, thus developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Having only had four days to craft their plays, the students certainly rose to the challenge and entertained their audience with their very colourful and humorous performances. Special mentions should be given to the teachers who, as always, have made learning both enjoyable and memorable for the students.