We have an exciting range of courses on offer for the next academic year. These courses are building on from the well received and highly successful courses which took place in 2007-2008. Each course is making use of our ‘Active Approaches’ concept which is seeking to enrich students’ experience of literature to inform their written response and raise standards.
All the courses will take place in a quality venue. Delegates all receive a course pack giving full details of the activities undertaken.
1) September 19th. London. Active Approaches to ‘Blood Brothers’ to raise Standards in English and Drama. This exciting text has become a staple diet for English and Drama teachers alike. Delegates will experience a range of approaches to sections of the text. Mark McGann played Mickey in the original touring production of the show and brings his own unique insight on the show to the work undertaken. Suitable for all teachers of English and Drama who want to expand their skills and gain confidence in using active approaches.
2) October 10th. London. Active Approaches to Literature to raise Standards in English and Drama. Delegates on this course will experience a range of strategies brought to bear on examples of prose, poetry and play texts. Teachers of KS3 English and Drama, GCSE Drama, BTEC Performing Arts, GCSE English would find this course particularly beneficial.
3) November 21st. London. Active Approaches to Shakespeare to Raise Standards in English and Drama. We have developed this course in response to several requests from delegates on previous courses. We will be examining texts from the Standard Assessments in English lists, GCSE and ‘A’ level texts. Teachers of all Key Stages would find this course beneficial as the approach can be adapted to all age groups. John Baxter (AST for Drama) has extensive experience in teaching Shakespeare across the age range having worked in conjunction with practitioners from English Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare Link, Shakespeare in Schools, The Globe Theatre and The Royal Shakespeare Company.
4) December 12th. Salisbury, Wiltshire. A new venture for us to take one of our courses out and into a new venue. Active Approaches to Literature to raise Standards in English and Drama. Delegates on this course will experience a range of strategies brought to bear on examples of prose, poetry and play texts. Teachers of KS3 English and Drama, GCSE Drama, BTEC Performing Arts, GCSE English would find this course particularly beneficial.
To book a place or express and interest in any of the above please contact either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com