We run termly open teachers forums, workshops and provide resources for working with drama in school. If you would like to be invited to our next forum, please email [email protected] to be added to our mailing list.
Our work with our teachers panel, exam boards and the London Theatre Consortium’s Creative Learning Symposium, demonstrated an urgent need for us to engage with senior leadership teams in schools. Therefore our most recent Teachers Forum extended an invitation to SLT and focused upon thinking together, creatively about how to use the arts to work with young people at risk of exclusion. Attendance included a free ticket to the critically acclaimed Anna Deavere Smith’s piece Notes from the Field which prompted a very insightful and useful set of responses.
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Past Teachers Forums
Teachers’ Forum: Poet in Da Corner
This workshop explored the Live Theatre Review component of the Drama GCSE exam. We screened extracts of the original production and explored through practical exercises how to effectively discuss directors, actors and designers choices for the written exam.The event included a complimentary ticket to On Bear Ridge by Ed Thomas
Teachers’ Forum: The Prudes
The Prudes assistant director Nimmo Ismail and Young Court Manager Romana Flello lead a workshop exploring Anthony Nielson’s rehearsal techniques and journey towards sharing his work with an audience.
Teachers Panel meet with Exam Boards
A discussion between teachers and exam board representatives regarding new writing content within the curriculum, and the use of new texts to diversify content in the classroom.
What is new writing’s place in education?
A discussion and skills-sharing workshop about how we as a new writing theatre can support teachers in taking risks and exploring contemporary voices in the current curriculum.
Where are the Women?
A discussion about the lack of female playwrights in the drama curriculum. Teachers, theatre makers and exam boards came together to find practical solutions to this issue.