Drama for Non-Specialists in the Primary Classroom (1): Literacy

This course will explore using active drama strategies to develop and enhance children’s learning in the classroom, with a focus on the teaching of literacy (developing reading; story-making; poetry; speaking and listening). Includes an opportunity for curriculum planning.

Posted: 10/08/2012

Half Moon, in partnership with Tower Hamlets Arts and Education Service (THAMES), is offering a further programme of Continuing Professional Development for all school staff (teachers, TAs, Learning Mentors etc.) in educational settings.

This programme offers a series of practical sessions delivered by theatre and drama professionals and in partnership with Tower Hamlets’ Drama AST, Julia Williams. These sessions aim to extend the quality and breadth of drama being used within the core curriculum, as distinct subject delivery and as a tool for cross-curricular work or effective classroom management. This programme aims to address school development plans and provide specific training for teachers as identified in on-going appraisal within the performance review process.

"Just to say a huge thanks ... I am looking forward to progressing with this project thanks to your support, advice and guidance"

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