This specification fosters candidates’ creativity, personal growth, self-confidence, communication and analytical skills through the acquisition of knowledge, skills and understanding and the exercise of the imagination. It provides opportunities for students to attend professional and community dramatic performances and to develop their skills as informed and thoughtful audience members.
They will investigate the forms, styles and contexts of Drama and will learn to work collaboratively to develop ideas, to express feelings, to experiment with technical elements and to reflect on their own and others’ performances.
Students will learn the Drama strategies and performance skills necessary to create effective performance. They will evaluate and analyse their own and other’s performances and experiment with theatre practitioners such as Stanislavski, Brecht and styles such as Theatre in Education and Physical Theatre. They will complete a Mock Unit 1 and Mock Unit 1. In the Summer term they will begin their devising process, choosing a practitioner or style of performance in which they are interested. They will read their assigned play-script and complete textual analysis over the summer.
Creating a professional theatre company which will produce an original production. Students will learn how to create an overall production and design concept. Learn how to
Students can achieve grades 9-1
Performance Weighting 20%
Portfolio Weighting 40%
Paper Exam Weighting 40%