Project ID - TIS001278
Working with groups of Key Stage 3 pupils using Drama games and techniques Project Aims: I aim to inspire the groups to find a passion and/or need for Drama and to think of it as a possibility as a future subject choice. To educate pupils on Drama techniques that can be used in day to day situations.


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Project offered at

Sacred Heart College
OMAGH
BT78 1LG

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Ann-Marie Conway

Student Skills

A background to Drama and a sense of what it entails.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

To find importance in a drama subject, gain some further experience with acting and playing around with techniques, an insight into how drama can work in the future.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

To gain experience in a classroom setting helping and advising pupils through Drama.

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