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Our Performing Arts curriculum is designed to:
Develop students'understanding of the Performing Artsworld through theoretical and practical approaches.
Engage, inspire students and develop their love of learning in by delivering a diverse, engaging and challenging curriculum across all Performing Arts subjects.
Create and build on existing skills and knowledge to encourage all students towards a fulfilling career in the Performing Arts industry, where applicable.
Deliver an interleaved curriculum, which allows students to cover a diverse range of topics in Key Stage 3 in order to prepare them for their Key Stage 4 studies.
Value and respect the existence of the Performance Arts within our culture as an expression of individualism, collective beliefs, time and place.
Understand the impact the Performance Artshas upon students’life, their beliefs and their attitudes.
Provide students’ with the opportunities to stay connected with society through participation and appreciation of the Performance Arts.
We aim to do this by:
Encourage students’ to explore their potential and develop their creative talents
Stimulating an interest in, and enjoyment of, Dance, Drama and Music.
Providing a relevant Dance, Drama and Music curriculum.
Develop their creative, physical, emotional and intellectual capacity students
Providing the highest standards of teaching and opportunities for learning.
What do we expect learners to get from studying Performing Arts?
Students will develop their creative, performance and evaluative skills across the Performing Arts.
Students become increasingly independent, building confidence in practical and data handling skills and greater depth of understanding in each topic studied through teaching a spiral curriculum across all year groups.
Students develop an understanding of the Performing Arts industry in the wider world and the associated career opportunities regardless of background.
Students develop the understanding and appreciation that the Performing Arts subjects can contribute towards their health through allowing opportunities for students’ to express themselves in order to maintaining positive mental health and wellbeing.
Students make a positive contribution to the learning of others through the development of their team-working and practical skills.
Engaging and stimulating lessons lead to students enjoying lessons and making accelerated progress.