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Is your borough organised for Drama? Does it provide INSET or CPD courses? London Drama can support the development of initiatives and programmes for drama in boroughs. Please contact us if you would like more information.
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If your school would like to develop drama training please contact us. We will advise on or provide active resourcing.
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This new practical resource book by Danielle Mackenzie published by London Drama provides teachers with seven exciting units of work and materials designed for the GCSE Edexcel Drama Examintion, New Specification, helping to organise "Order" in all that potential "Chaos".
Published as a downloadable E-Book.
More info and download here
Pupils as Playwrights: drama, literacy and playwriting £17.99
This is an innovative and exciting approach to drama and to developing the literacy skills of children from the ages of 6 to12. It is especially timely now that creativity and particularly drama is being recognised as so important in pupils’ development. The book
Pupils as Playwrights is for primary school teachers, particularly those who teach literacy or drama. It will also be of interest to primary teaching trainees.
Brian Woolland has worked as a teacher in mainstream education, an advisory teacher for Drama and a Senior Lecturer in Drama at the University of Reading and leads workshops on Educational Drama and Theatre. Now a freelance writer and educator, he divides his time between teaching, leading courses for teachers and writing novels and plays.
Woolland provides teachers with a powerful tool to develop students' literacy skills. Teachers and prospective teachers will find this a highly useful addition to their professional library. Highly recommended for all readership levels.
University and school leaders would do well to make this title prescribed reading for both primary and secondary teaching undergraduates and teaching professionals in the field. ...Highly recommended.
Drama Australia Journal
We are holding our next
We aim to inspire you by bringing together a diverse range of Drama, Theatre and Performing Arts teachers and practitioners, who are currently involved in the field of education in order to put you in touch with one another to share current projects and practice.
Five practical Drama sessions; a keynote speech by Jacqui O'Hanlon, Director of Education at RSC; London Bubble youth theatre performance; and an opportunity for you to share your own experiences or research.
More information and booking available at Drama Now! 2017.
Member booking at Drama Now! Members.
Non Member Concessions here.
Member Concessions here.
Drama Networks Survey
Are you in an active local network for drama teachers? Would you like to be? Take the LD Drama Network Survey here
GCSE Drama Take Up Survey
Has EBacc undermined GCSE Drama take up? Take the survey here.
We are always keen to hear what courses we can run for you. Please take our Courses survey here.
Mapping Drama Practice
Take the Survey of Drama Practice: it will only take a minute
STEP is a borough-wide partnership linking the theatre community and education and youth sector in the London Borough of Southwark. STEP aims to equalise, extend and deepen the theatre and drama experience of all young people living in Southwark through the development of strategic partnerships between schools, youth and community groups and theatres and performing arts organisations. STEP's objective is to work closely with Southwark schools, youth and community groups and theatres and performing arts organisations to develop creative approaches to learning and provide innovative projects which stimulate children and young people's personal development and contribute to their educational attainment.
Find out more here.