History of Drama in Education Part 5: Process Drama

In his 1997 book, The GCSE Drama Coursebook, Andy Kempe writes about the excellent health of Drama. He estimates that about 70,000 young people were choosing to take GCSE Drama by the late 1990’s. Drama appeared to be booming 10 years into the National Curriculum. Ten years after it appeared and feared that Drama lost forever. Continue reading History of Drama in Education Part 5: Process Drama

Drama should be leading the way in the post-levels world.

Drama teachers are experts in creating bespoke assessment criteria after years of being not on the National Curriculum. We should be leading the way when it comes to adjusting to the new system of grading. Moving to the new system The question that all of us are asking at the moment, drama teachers or otherwise, is how do we ensure that Key Stage 3 work … Continue reading Drama should be leading the way in the post-levels world.