Mrs Laura Perry – Teacher – email@example.com
Drama Curriculum Implementation
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The drama department is part of the school’s Creative Arts Faculty. Students are taught in mixed ability groups that reflect the reality of life beyond the school classroom. Drama is taught in our fully equipped drama studio and our students enjoy making extensive use of our fantastic lighting equipment.
Key Stage 3:
All students study drama at Key Stage 3 and are given the opportunity to develop an understanding of the skills necessary for practical drama as well as developing skills that have a much wider personal, social and professional application. These include team working, social integration, evaluation, analysis, and communication and presentational skills. Students are introduced to a variety of performance skills in Year 7 and their range of theatrical techniques is developed throughout KS3. Thought-provoking and topical issues are often explored through a combination of both theme and text based activities.
GCSE Drama Edexcel – Current Years 10 & 11
GCSE Drama allows students to review live theatre, devise their own practical work as well as studying and performing plays written by other people. Drama enables students to develop important life skills including working with others, problem solving, confidence and the ability to deal with a range of situations and people.
Component 1: Devising
Component 2: Performance from Text
Component 3: Written exam. Theatre Makers in Practice
Our school productions produce the highlight of our year. Our productions provide our students with a wide range of opportunities including playing a main role, acting in the chorus, dancing, singing being part of the orchestra, designing and making set and costumes, working backstage and working with a range of local Primary schools.
Past productions include:
2013- We Will Rock You
2014- Oliver Twisted
2015- Bugsy Malone
2019 – School of Rock
For 2022 we are performing Oliver!