Drama

Drama is part of the English National Curriculum and is taught as a discreet subject by a specialist practitioner at key stage 3. It is also a pathways option at Key stage 4 following the AQA examination specification. Many topics and subject matters are explored within the Drama curriculum, from teenage issues to Shakespeare. The curriculum offers students the chance to explore many different styles and genres of theatre and drama, from a range of time periods. The curriculum also enhances students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding.

There are also department theatre trips for key stage 3 and 4. , visiting theatre companies, the opportunity to perform at School productions and concerts, and Extra Curricular drama clubs.

Year 7 Drama Club: Friday 2.40-3.40pm

Key stage 4 revision club: Thursday 2.40-3.40pm

Mrs D Anderson - Teacher of Drama & Raising Standards Lead

 

Resources

Drama Curriculum Overview

Year 7 Drama Progress Grid - Creating Ideas P01

Year 7 Drama Progress Grid - Creating Ideas P02

Year 7 Drama Progress Grid - Creating Ideas P03

Year 8 Drama Progress Grid - Creating Ideas PO1

Year 8 Drama Progress Grid - Performance Skills PO2

Year 8 Drama Progress Grid - Knowledge and Understanding PO3