Drama

Staff

Mr. B. Isaac
Mr. S Kanel
Mr. I. Lealman Strutt (Head of Department)
Ms. D Malin
Mr. J Wilson

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.

Key Stage 3

  Cycle 1 Cycle 2 Cycle 3 Cycle 4 Cycle 5 Cycle 6

Year 7 Control

Drama expectations, Norlington Factory Arguments, Tony Intolerant Bloding the Beast Character World of Plants Elements of Drama , performance day

Year 8 Complex

Eye Contact, Suspicious Town Lies Town Planning Super hero Advertising Signs ,context and meaning,Theatre of the Absurd

 

Key Stage 4 

G.C.S.E. (Eduqas)

  Cycle 1 Cycle 2 Cycle 3 Cycle 4 Cycle 5 Cycle 6

Year 9

Mini GCSE

Component 1: Devising Theatre

Mini GCSE

Component 2: Performing from a Text

Mini GCSE

Component 3: Interpreting Theatre

Practitioners, History, Staging 1

Practitioners, History, Staging 2

Practitioners, History, Staging 3

Year 10

Vocal and Acting skills

Staging

Stanislavski

Brecht

Component 1: Devising Theatre

Component 1: Devising Theatre

Year 11

Component 2: Performing from a text

Component 3: Interpreting Theatre

 Component 2: Performing from a Text

Component 2: Performing from a Text

Component 3: Interpreting Theatre

Component 3: Interpreting Theatre

 

Enrichment 

Monday after School Drama club

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

Monday to Thursday lunchtimes is Film Club (see the ‘Film Club’ section of the website for films being shown).

Websites

https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/subjects/zbckjxs

www.londontheatre.co.uk

www.020.co.uk/d/drama-schools/london.shtml

https://www.redbridgedramacentre.co.uk/

We study:

G.C.S.E. Eduqas

https://eduqas.co.uk/qualifications/drama-and-theatre/