Creative Curriculum

CPD 3. Drama for a Creative Curriculum
When: This session was postponed and will be rescheduled soon
Who: All subject staff – Primary KS1/KS2
This course explores active drama strategies to develop and enhance children’s learning in the classroom, with a focus on teaching core subjects. Exercises are designed to provide teachers with drama exercises to deepen the children’s understanding by bringing English, Science, Maths, and PHSE to life.

Creative Recovery Programme:

This CPD session is one of a series of three which are a springboard for our Creative Recovery Programme for your KS1 classes in the summer and autumn terms. Interested in talking to us about how you can use your Catch-up Funding to buy in a bespoke programme that uses drama to focus on emotional literacy, self-regulation and movement over a series of weekly sessions? Please contact us.

Feedback from teachers regarding our Creative Curriculum focused CPDs include:

  • Very useful! Full of techniques and methods that our school can easily apply to any subject. From this session I think I can do work with children more effectively. 
  • It is great to see how drama can be applied to education and be used as a fun way to teach. 
  • I have really enjoyed exploring all the ways in which creativity can be incorporated into a range of subjects. 
  • I have learnt about how to use dramatic techniques to aid vocabulary development, understanding, recall and differentiation 

Please contact us to express interest in attending this CPD (new date TBC) or accessing recordings of any of our other sessions.

Sessions are FREE to staff at schools in Tower Hamlets thanks to funding from Tower Hamlets Arts Music Education Service (THAMES). A limited number of places are also available for staff from schools in other boroughs and educators working in London at a fee of £45+VAT.

Reduced fees are offered to PGCE students or teachers at partner schools of our academic partners (RCSSD, UEL, Queen Mary, IOE, Goldsmiths and LSBU).

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