Twelfth Night – 2018

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Well the weather tried to beat us with the snow shutting schools both at the beginning and the end of the tour throughout March (seems weird writing about it now sat in the glorious April sunshine!) but we prevailed and … Continued

WWI Drama Day

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Aged 8 – 13 and enjoy drama? Come to the National Memorial Arboretum on the 16th August where we will be delivering a bespoke promenade Play in a Day to commemorate WWI as part of the centenary events. Opening in … Continued

Tops Tips – Positive Sexual Health Launch

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Act On Info are very pleased to announce the launch of a very exciting resource for deaf young people. We had a very small part in the creation of these resources working with the young people on silent movie acting for the creation … Continued

Cyberbullying – mobile safety

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Mobiles are a great way to keep in touch with your mates by calling them, texting or sending photo or video messages. Unfortunately if you are being cyberbullied, it is another way the bullies can use to torment you. Just like staying … Continued

Drama Game of the Week!

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The Rain Game A great game to bring your students together and get them to focus. Get everyone in a circle. Rub the palms of your hands together, making a swishing sound. Ask the students to join in. Once all the students … Continued

Let’s (not) get it on! SRE drama

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On Tuesday 11 June, New Clause 20 – which would have made personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education, including sex and relationships education (SRE), statutory in state schools – was disappointingly defeated by 303 votes to 209. This comes … Continued

Fairytale Drama

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Fairytales are great for use in all different areas of the curriculum. For English you can create a storyboard of events for a fairytale, in Maths use magic beans as a counting aid, in Geography you can create a map … Continued

Working as an actor in Theatre in Education

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We get a lot of CV’s from young actors wanting to work for us. For me the first notion I had of acting came from watching a Road Safety drama workshop at primary school and realizing that these people were having … Continued

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