Approx Cost:
$40.00 for workshops and optional performances
Technology Requirements:
A laptop is essential for this course
Entry Recommendations:

Open Entry. Students are expected to actively participate in all class activities and attend additional out of class rehearsals when preparing for public performances.

Course Outline:

Do you want to improve your confidence while having fun in a supportive learning environment? Do you enjoy developing your creative ideas alongside your peers? This course aims to nurture confidence and leadership skills. We will create our own scripts and strengthen our understanding of drama techniques, conventions and elements. We will also perform short plays and develop our problem-solving and communication skills during the rehearsal and production process.

Developing Ideas:

- Create our own scripts around current social issues performed to invited audience

Communicating and Interpreting:

- Perform short plays to an invited audience of whānau and friends.

Students who wish to take Drama at Year 11 are strongly encouraged to study both Year 10 Drama courses.



Students are encouraged to assess their own and other’s work using structured feedback.

Where Does It Lead:

Students learn to relate to and work with others, develop critical and creative thinking skills while developing performance and communication skills in a range of dramatic contexts. Skills learnt can be applied to a range of subjects which require students to speak and perform confidently in front of an audience and clearly convey their ideas and thoughts to others. Students can continue with Drama into the senior years, as Drama is a UE endorsed subject.

For further information see:
Mrs McLean