Our aim is to enthuse students about drama and theatre providing students with the opportunity to explore a wide range of genres, styles, skills and techniques. We value and promote transferable skills through the drama curriculum placing a great importance on the ability to communicate and interact with others effectively.
Students will develop knowledge and understanding in three main areas of drama; creating, performing and responding. During the creating process, students will work to support each other, interpreting narrative, manipulating techniques for different purposes and audiences. Students will experiment with the work of drama practitioners and stimulus material, performing using a range of vocal and movement techniques.
In response to performance work, students will develop and utilise key terminology in order to make connections between different styles, skills, techniques and context of the drama.