As a Teach North Drama trainee, you will drive students to question the purpose of performance and the intention of a range of choreographers, practitioners and theatre companies or playwrights in their creation of performance work.
Alongside your students, you will explore a practical understanding of performance skills including techniques such as characterisation and physical / vocal expression. Your students will also develop basic devising and staging techniques to create their own work such as still images, thought tracks, narration, blocking, split staging and movement devices.
You will deliver lessons that allow students to discover their own creative intentions and develop their personal performance skills in expressing their thoughts and ideas through the medium of drama.
Your classroom will be brimming with practical opportunities and performances, enabling students to share their ideas with others, develop their confidence and strengthen their understanding of the audience experience.
On completion of this programme, you will be awarded a PGCE with QTS and 60 Masters credits in Education from Sheffield Hallam University.
You’ll be delighted to know that we have a strong partnership with Sheffield Hallam University, who are a national centre of education and are recognised for their excellence and innovation in teaching and learning. This partnership creates a collaborative model of training.
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