Performing Arts KS4

 

GCSE Drama

Students are given the opportunity to develop their appreciation of drama as actors, designers and directors, developing a wide range of key skills throughout their study through carefully selected texts. Through the use of practical work, learners will be able to concentrate on areas of drama which best suit their ability and skills such as acting or design.

  Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Term 5 Term 6

Year 10

Introduction to
GCSE Drama

Component 1: Devising – Synoptic Internal Assessment

40% of GCSE

Year 11

Component 2: Performing From a Text – Visiting Examiner

20% of GCSE

Component 3: Interpreting Theatre – Final Exam

40% of GCSE

 

 

 

 

BTEC Tech Level 2 Performing Arts (Dance)

Development of key skills that prove student’s aptitude in Performing Arts such as reproducing repertoire or responding to stimuli and working on processes that underpins effective ways of working in the Performing Arts, such as development of ideas, rehearsal and performance.

Attitudes that are considered most important in the Performing Arts, including personal management and communication are also explored through workshops, evaluations and performances.

  Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Term 5 Term 6

Year 10

Introduction to BTEC

Component 1 Development

Focus Martha Graham and Michael Nunn

Component 2: Development of Skill and Dance Technique

Year 11

Component 2: Development of Skills and Dance Technique

Component 3: Performing to a Brief