Ivanhoe offers Drama and Music as well as an optional Performing Arts course in Year 9. We want to create an essentially enjoyable experience that engages students in active learning that helps to build their confidence and self esteem.
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If any parents, carers or members of the community have and interest or expertise in any of the Performing Arts and would like to help us to be 'creative', please contact the College, we would love to hear from you.
We have a number of extra curricular clubs that give an opportunity for all students to extend their work and enjoyment, including Drama Club and Lighting/Tech Club that are involved in staging a performances throughout the year. We also have regular theatre trips.
Drama explores both non-verbal and verbal communication. Speaking and listening skills are developed as well as communication through role play, performances and presentations.
All of the PLTS are intrinsic within Drama and Performing Arts and many topics explore SMSC issues from anti-bullying to 'Living on the Breadline', Shakespeare and Golding.
In Drama we combine our Enrichment Day time with the English department and look at the following activities:
Going to Extremes - A Year 8 Performance
Last week our Year 8 students watched a fantastic drama production, called Going to Extremes, delivered by AlterEgo Creative Solutions. Students heard the stories of three young people from very different backgrounds, who had all been targeted by, and become involved with, extremist groups, and how ...
The English Department are pleased to introduce this year: Literacy Planet. As part of our commitment to provi...
Latest Music News
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