- Communication Skills
- Team Player
- Stage Management
What is this subject about?
Drama involves individual students in a collaborative art form in which they can investigate, shape and symbolically represent ideas, feelings, attitudes, beliefs and their consequences. Students engage in the learning of acting, directing, writing, editing and design for film and television. Students will communicate, collaborate, think critically and create.
Improvisation, inter-cultural theatre, political/protest theatre, film, digital media, physical theatre, public speaking, script writing, medieval drama, Shakespeare.
In a world where technology reduces the time we have to clinch that deal, get that job, express our point of view and ensure that we are heard, effective communication skills and self-confidence are more important than ever. Drama unlocks and develops these skills in our students, enhancing their lives both at school and beyond.
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