Drama is an important part of the curriculum and school life for all our pupils. It is embedded in Personal, Social and Health Education, English and Religious Studies and is used to enhance assemblies through tutor group sketches and role play.
Every year our older pupils have the opportunity to perform in plays and musicals, and our younger children give their own dramatic presentations. Speech, drama, poetry and dance are all popular and our own members of staff are supported by specialist visiting music teachers.
My favourite activity at school is:
“Play practice because I like drama” – Isaac Yr4
“Sport and Drama because you are in the fresh air (sport) and you’re having a chance to perform (drama)” – Anauska, Yr6