Drama is much more than acting in plays and making up scenes or role-plays.
Drama is an active, experiential subject which helps students learn about themselves and the world in which they live through involvement in-role play, improvisation and play building. Students learn many important transportable skills which will equip them for success in the real world, namely, creative and critical thinking, collaboration, and cross-cultural understanding. Through play, connection and experimentation students develop the confidence and ability to expresses themselves clearly in theatrical performance and insightful written reflection.
Lessons take place in our beautiful new Drama Centre which has lights and sound and an intimate atmosphere, where students are invited to imagine and create. It is a space where stories are told.
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