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The Howard Partnership Trust (THPT) is a Surrey based Multi-Academy Trust, comprising 4 secondary and 6 primary phase schools. We are proud of our ethos of collaboration and inclusion, "Bringing out the best" in students of all abilities and backgrounds. Visit website

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Drama is about developing our students’ imagination, creativity, confidence, clarity of communication and understanding of the world around them. 

Through acting and improvisation; devising, performance and careful evaluation of their own and others work, students also develop their powers of critical analysis and aesthetic judgment.

Road Map

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Autumn Term

  • 'Greek Theatre':
    • Why drama?
    • Creating Mythical Creatures - detailed mimed actions
    • Performance discipline
    • Learning key drama terms
  • ‘Mystery Pictures’:
    • Character building
    • Using voice and body-language
Autumn Term 
  • ‘Gorwood Manor’:
    • Story-telling
    • Physical theatre
    • Use of sound and light

Spring Term

  • Reflective learner and independent enquirer
  • ‘Stereotypes’:
    • Further character work
    • Use of freeze-frames, polishing performance
    • Using and breaking down stereotypes
    • Introducing abstract drama
  • ‘Charlie and Chocolate Factory’:
    • Script and devised

Spring Term

  • ‘Titanic’:
    • Creating character
    • Using research
    • Improvisation
    • Imaginative truth
    • Monologues
    • Conveying character
  • 'Revolting Rhymes':
    • Narration
    • Storytelling conventions
    • Character, plot and twists

Summer Term

  • Effective participator and creative thinker
  • ‘Skellig’:
    • Staging
    • Movement and music
    • Exploring and using text
    • Script work
    • Devising drama


Summer Term

  • ‘Tempest’:
    • De-mystifying Shakespeare
    • Movement
    • Physical Theatre
  • ‘Toni Totti’:
    • Murder Mystery joint project with Science, English and Maths
    • Playing Character
    • Staying in role
    • Interpreting the circumstances

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