Welcome to Burt’s Drama

A website for all Drama teachers. It is a place for inspiration, insight and information on everything to do with Drama. Every week there is a new CPD article posted on the website. New articles will focus on either Teaching and Learning in Drama or on subject content in the Drama Teacher’s toolkit. Make sure you come back every week, or, even better, sign up to receive new posts direct to your email.



Latest Articles

  • Summer Term Round Up
    Time for some stats. Between April and July 2021 Burt’s Drama received 42,582 views from an average of 7559 unique visits per month. Visits come from across the world, the five biggest being UK, USA, Australia, Canada and India.
  • 6 Things to consider when planning for next year
    When planning what to teach next year and any potential change, it is important to consider the boundaries, limitations and potential scope of what you can do. These may be boundaries that are placed by your circumstances or the situation with Drama in your school. Not all of us live in an ideal world where we can do everything we would want, so it is important that we understand the parameters of what we can do.
  • Sidecoaching with The Tempest
    Sidecoaching is an act through of the play rather than a read through of the play. It is a really useful way of helping students learn not just the plot of the play but also the characters, their motivations and the underlying themes of the play.

Up and coming courses

10 Day Masterclass in Drama Curriculum Design

Live every day between Monday 20th September to Friday 1st October.

Price: £40

Find out more here

5 Day Masterclass in Assessment in Drama

Live every day between Monday 11th October to Friday 15th October.

Price: £25

More information coming soon

Find out more about our online courses.


Most Popular Article

Mastery in Drama

Assessment has a dual purpose in education. On the one hand it is there to help teachers understand what learning has occurred and what interventions need to take place to ensure that any gaps in knowledge are addressed. On the other hand, it is to measure how much a learner has understood of the topic that they are learning.


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