"Come, let us sing to the Lord! Let us shout joyfully to the Rock of our salvation"
Students will investigate practitioners and various genres of drama. They will work collaboratively to develop ideas to communicate meaning and experiment with dramatic conventions, forms and techniques to produce and realise a piece of original theatre. They will also have the opportunity to participate in the performance of an extract from a play text. Students will demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of drama, including their ability to interpret texts for performance, in a written examination.
To nurture passionate, imaginative and inquisitive young people, who see the world from an artistic perspective. To provide students with opportunities to develop their practical and creative skills.
A range of topics allow students to develop fundamental skills including:
- To develop the ability to perform in front of an audience
- To realise their own ideas and develop creativity through devising activities and group work
- To develop their analytical skills when studying plays
|Mrs E Gilmartin
|Teacher of Drama
|Mr C Wilkinson
|Curriculum Manager of Music and Performing Arts
Dedicated drama studio equipped with a lighting rig and control desk that students are able to use. Wide variety of props and costumes. A performance space that students can use as a stage for live performances
Extended Learning and Enrichment Activities
School musical each year - students in all years are welcome to participate either as part of the cast, backstage, sound / lighting or set, prop + costume design.