What is it to be a Performer at Marriotts?
In Drama our intent is to offer the students an insight into performance theatre and the various skills participating in Drama can evoke. Our students enjoy participating in practical lessons and work collaboratively with others to shape and rehearse their work with clear targets in order to improve their own practical work.
Students follow schemes of learning that not only focus on building practical skills but also focus on developing social skills. Throughout Year 7 and 8, students will also gain the transferrable vocational skills of confidence, teamwork, communication skills, time management, self management, self discipline and creativity which will allow them to flourish in the competitive world of work.
Click on the relevent year group curriculum maps in the document section below to find out more detail about what is studied in Marriotts Computing and IT department. For further details of the Performing Arts curriculum please contact Miss H Everett: email@example.com
You also download Knowledge Organisers for each year group from our Knowledge organiser page . These outline what homework is expected from each student, for all subjects in Year 7 and 8.
The Performing Arts Department consists of 5 highly skilled and motivated members of staff who are fully committed to ensuring each student maximises their potential in Drama and Dance and is able to enjoy the diverse range of topics that we study at Marriotts.
|Staff||Role In Faculty|
|Miss H Everett||Head of Performing Arts (Joint)|
|Mrs J Martin||Head Of Dance|
|Mr A Edwards||Lead Practitioner: Performing Arts|
|Mrs S Endersbee||Teacher of Performing Arts|
|Mrs J Lyttle||Teacher of Performing Arts|
Click on the relevent year group curriculum map to find out more detail about what is studied in Marriotts science department.
Year 11 Curriculum map
Careers: Where can this Subject take me?
Amongst a wide range of careers accessible with a Performing Arts degree, students could consider:
Actor, Director, Singer, Dancer, Lighting designer/technician, Sound Designer/ Technician, Costume Designer, Community Arts Worker, Drama Therapist, Lawyer, Politician, Arts Administrator, Youth Worker, Teaching, Theatre Education Officer, Public Relations, Sales positions.
Whether you consider yourself a scientist or not, good qualifications in Performing Arts from Marriotts will prepare you well for your life ahead.
|How to become a Theatre director||Set design and how to get into it.||How to become an actor|
These alumni all showed boundless enthusiasm for Performing Arts whilst at Marriotts and will now help to prepare other students for their university applications.