Art is a vital part of your child's education and involves exploring the properties of materials and their textures, experimenting with different effects, and having the freedom to create. Creativity is an important part of education as it encourages students to work independently.
Drama can support students in applying their knowledge and understanding of their social, cultural and historical context, develop a range of theatrical skills and apply them to create performances as well as building awareness of technical production and stage management.
Music in the curriculum not only gives students exposure to a wide range of work by exploring historical relevance, context, sound and influence, it aims to support students' own practice when rehearsing, creating, performing and recording music.
*KeyStage 3 - Years 7-9
*KeyStage 4 - Years 10-11 (GCSE)