Back to school means back to our Drama Studios
As we start the new term Burt’s Drama will continue to be here for you, providing free weekly articles with practical, helpful and useful advice on all things teaching Drama. Having published the book The Drama Teacher’s Handbook in June last year, I’m also offering online CPD alongside the usual free articles. Continue reading Back to school means back to our Drama Studios
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. Continue reading Summer Term Round Up
Spring Term Roundup
Between the months of January 2021 and March 2021 Burt’s Drama received 73,148 views from an average of 12,078 unique visits per month. Read the Spring Term Roundup to find out what happened. Continue reading Spring Term Roundup
Autumn Term Roundup (a bit late!)
Between the months of September 2020 and December 2020 Burt’s Drama received 86,247 views from an average of 10,766 unique visits per month. Read the Autumn Term Roundup to find out what happened. Continue reading Autumn Term Roundup (a bit late!)
Why we must keep teaching Drama during COVID 19.
In times of crisis we look to the Arts. We find passion and compassion. We find sources of comfort and love. We discover about ourselves and about others. We share our discoveries and we experience the discoveries of others. A shared experience. A shared narrative. A shared drama. Continue reading Why we must keep teaching Drama during COVID 19.
Celebrating 12 Years of Burt’s Drama
This year it has been 12 years of blogging on Burt’s Drama.I find it interesting to look back at those 12 years of blogging and see how things have changed. So here are 12 posts, one from each of year, that highlight how things have changed. Continue reading Celebrating 12 Years of Burt’s Drama
Happy New Year
I’m going to start 2020 with an exciting announcement. I’m going to be presenting at the Music and Drama Education Expo again and I’m super excited to be going back. Continue reading Happy New Year
The beginning of the end for the EBACC?
It must surely be time for this squeeze on our education system to stop. Let children choose the subjects that they want to do, be that all the arts subjects, every language or any combination they choose which they, and their parents, feel is appropriate to their abilities, desires and aspirations. Culture isn’t just something… Continue reading The beginning of the end for the EBACC?
Reflections and intentions
With the 2019/2020 academic year approaching I am spending some time over my summer holiday reflecting. Thinking about what I’ve learnt from the last academic year and what I want to focus on this year. Continue reading Reflections and intentions
Your chance to help change BBC Bitesize Drama GCSE.
I love BBC Bitesize. I love everything about it. It is easily accessible by every student. It explains key terminology, key concepts and key skills in a clear, concise and comprehensive way. It is also free. It crosses all boundaries in terms of ability and inequality. As such, I use it all the time and… Continue reading Your chance to help change BBC Bitesize Drama GCSE.
My 2019 Music and Drama Education Expo Preview.
Music and Drama Education Expo, Wednesday 6th and Thursday 7th March 2019, London Olympia. Having spoken at the London Music and Drama Education Expo every year for the last three years, I’ve had a long and lovely relationship with them. It is a fantastic Expo and if you have the opportunity to attend it really… Continue reading My 2019 Music and Drama Education Expo Preview.
My day at the Music and Drama Education Expo
My day started at 5 with a quick breakfast before a drive to the train station and the 6.34 train to London Marlybone. A nice journey down with reading the preview of the winter RSC season and the National Drama magazine. The new season at the RSC looks excellent and I’m reminded about how lucky… Continue reading My day at the Music and Drama Education Expo
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