Quorum-ETC [Q-ETC] offers educational workshops using drama activities, as well as preparation for oral examinations and the staging of school plays for performances by students, in partnership with English teachers.
The company works with Colleges and Lycées in France every year.
Quorum-ETC was created in 1998. The founders of Q-ETC, Judi Armstrong Christie and Philip Ayckbourn, trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. From 1995 to 1997, they successfully presented Shakespeare plays in London parks. In 1998, they established themselves in France and since then, more than 250,000 students have attended their shows and educational workshops. Since 2018, Q-ETC has focused its activity on its educational workshops with the aim of helping teachers to improve students' oral practice of English through interactive and fun workshops. We also offer workshops to assist with the preparation for oral English tests and help teachers stage schools shows.
The workshops are available to students from 4eme through to terminale, but we also have some 5eme classes with a good level of English. Teaching aids are available to teachers to help them prepare their students before the workshops. We work in all types of secondary establishments: classical, technical, vocational and agricultural high schools.
Licence d'entrepreneur de spectacle 3‑1089294