Drama

Staff

Mr Lealman-Strutt (Head of Drama)

Norlington Reads in Drama

Drama is where the boys learn to grow up to be gentlemen and effective citizens in life. They act, collaborate and direct others in creating, devising and performing plays.  They use practical work to explore ideas, issues and feelings, learning to develop confidence and empathy.

KS3

 

Cycle 1

Cycle 2

Cycle 3

Cycle 4

Cycle 5

Cycle 6

7

CONTROL

Unfairness; Norlington Incorporated

Arguments; Tony Intolerant

Story;
Blodin the Beast

Character; creating your character

Surrealism;
Vegatble
Horror

Overview/
House Arts;
Elements of Drama

8

COMPLEX

Making the drama complex; Suspicious Town

Lies; Lenny the Liar and Honest Harry

More Lies?; Town Planning

Heroism; The Accident and the Superhero

Advertising; Video

Surrealism; Signs and Misunderstandings

9

PERFORM

Friendship; performance to Year 7

Suspense and Mystery

Romeo and Juliet

Fame

Perform Dramatic Conventions

Audience and Sub-text; The letter, The Nice Family

KS4

 

Cycle 1

Cycle 2

Cycle 3

Cycle 4

Cycle 5

Cycle 6

10

Vocal and Acting Skills

Vocal and Acting Skills

Stanislavski

Vocal and Acting Skills

Vocal and Acting Skills

Poetry/Versions

11

Preparation, Performance and Production

Preparation, Performance and Production

Individual Showcase

Individual Showcase

 

 

Enrichment 

Monday and Wednesday after school is rehearsals for the current Year 7/8/9 production.

Monday to Thursday lunchtimes is Film Club