Drama and Theatre Studies A Level at Cranbrook School
Through drama you can become anyone, anywhere, at any time. By understanding drama you can learn to understand anyone, anywhere anytime.
Studying drama and theatre enables you to learn empathy and identification and opens up new dimensions of emotional experiences. By observing other people’s creative processes and products, it can assist you in accessing emotions, along with understanding different ways of interpreting and understanding information.
Drama increases your ability to think; creatively, imaginatively and divergently, it teaches students how to become critical consumers, rather than just passive viewers. Students will be questioning and critiquing their own and others’ processes and products, a valued skill that is transferable.
This is a practical, engaging and creative specification for students to study, providing a fantastic curriculum to ignite and engage students’ creativity, passion and interests.
- Studying practitioners
- The study of performance by recording, observing, evaluating, analysing and participating in the performance process
- Performing live theatre
- Written Paper 1 - Analysing performance
- Performing live theatre - Three performance texts
- Analyse and evaluate a live theatre performance
- Written paper 2 - Deconstructing texts for performance
GCSE Drama or Music though not essential. A good grade in GCSE English would be an advantage.
Drama and Theatre A Level prepares learners for the further study of Drama or Performing Arts courses in Higher Education as well as developing transferable skills desired by all sectors of industry.
Our specification will help create independent learners, critical thinkers and effective decision makers – all personal attributes that can make them stand out as they progress through their education and into employment.
How to apply
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