Shelley Lowry Speech & Drama Teacher and Adjudicator | Communication & Presentation Skills
Shelley Lowry Speech and Drama teacher Portadown Northern Ireland
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I advise young people and adults on how to improve their communication and presentation skills. I provide them with hints and tips on how to manage nerves and how to construct an effective presentation. I also deliver interview skills training.
Classes can be held on a one to one basis, or delivered to groups. I can travel to the client’s place of work if required.
Clients can work on specific areas of concern, or work towards gaining a professional qualification in communication skills from Trinity College London, or the University of West London.


Speech and drama is not just for those who wish to tread the boards. Speech and drama is an all-encompassing subject providing children and young adults with essential life skills that they will carry through their entire lives.
The classes help a child to develop confidence, communication skills, the love of language and literature, empathy, team work and self discipline. UCAS points that are attached to all exam subjects offered from Grade Six upwards are most beneficial when applying to university.

Students who have studied speech and drama

have a discernible edge over those who have not.


In this digital age, children are spending more and more time on electronic devices.
Children are not developing the essential interpersonal skills required to become effective communicators.
Many recent studies have shown that children will need to be taught interpersonal and communication skills as part of their day-to-day education.
Speech and drama classes specialise in developing these essential life skills. Classes are small in number, so that every child’s individual needs can be assessed and met accordingly.

Communication – the human connection – is the key to personal and career success.

Paul J Meyer