Project ID - TIS000621
ACT YOUR AGE! This project aims to use drama to promote pupil learning across the curriculum. To develop skills in dramatic expression. To strengthen the cross-curricular delivery of class topics.

There is 1 place on this project and 1 place left

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Project offered at

St John's Primary School
BT46 5PY


Fiona Kearney

Student Skills

Interest / experience in drama Understanding of how role play can help pupil learning and expression in a range of subjects from Literacy, PDMU, WAU etc.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Improved oracy Improved self-esteem and confidence

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

How drama can support a range of learning. How to motivate pupils

Extra Information

Dates are NEGOTIABLE to suit student. More than one student will be accepted.

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