Why Study Drama?

Drama is a subject that requires a degree of peer trust.  So it plays an important role in developing pupils communication, listening and empathy skills.  Drama encourages pupils to explore types of communication which gives them a better understanding of others.  Drama is an important tool which prepares pupils for working in today’s society.

Pupil Voice

“I like Drama because it allows you to express your thoughts and feelings through a different character.”

Who teaches it?

Robyn Taylor-Cohen teaches Drama.

How is it taught?

You will have one 70-minute lesson per week.

What do we learn?

Drama encourages pupils to develop tolerance and empathy, as well as building self-confidence, imagination, cooperation and communication skills.

Where could it lead?

  • Actor
  • Drama Teacher
  • Theatre Manager
  • Producer
  • Playwriter