Drama (Key Stage 3)
Through the Creative Arts curriculum, students acquire knowledge and master skills needed to make progress in the programmes of study set out in the National Curriculum (where applicable) and exam specifications. Students develop their cultural capital by experiencing, and learning to appreciate, different forms of art and design in and out of school to understand their relevance in the wider world.
|7||Introduction to Drama and Darkwood Manor (horror)||’Antigone’ by Sophocles||’The Tempest’ by Shakespeare|
|8||The Party - Practical exploration of a short story||’Metamorphosis’ by Berkoff||Practical exploration of ’Lord of the Flies’ by Golding|
|9||Genre (horror) and practical exploration of ’Strange Case of Dr Jekkyl and Mr Hyde’ by Stevenson||’Chalk Farm’ by Hurley and Taudevin||’Macbeth’ by Shakespeare|