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Our aim is to empower students to explore drama through creativity and collaboration. We offer a range of opportunities throughout the year for students to perform and develop skills as performers, directors and technical theatre designers.

The study of drama enables students to develop their communication skills, self esteem and confidence whilst exploring a range of genre, historical periods and performance styles. It is a powerful learning medium which prepares students for life beyond the classroom.

The drama department offers students several opportunities to visit the West End throughout the year. Due to Covid-19, we are waiting to hear when theatres will be allowing school groups to visit. In the last few years, we have been to see The Woman in Black, The Curious Incident of the Dog In the Nighttime, Things I Know To Be True and Blood Brothers. Watching live and recorded live theatre is an essential part of the GCSE and A Level course; students are required to develop critical evaluation skills and analyse performances for exam purposes.

We are very proud of the commitment our students show; this is exemplified in the very professional, and moving performances in our annual performing arts showcases, summer concerts and GCSE performance evenings. 

Key Stage 3

What are the Big Ideas in drama?

What topics are used to explore these ideas?

GCSE Drama 

GCSE Drama

Teaching Schedule

A Level Drama 

A Level Drama

Teaching Schedule

Downloads to help with classwork, extended work or coursework, can be found on Frog.
Drama teachers: Ms P Agyemang. Miss A Monk and Miss E Weisbrod-Nathanael.