Faculties - Drama

Ms R Gregory (Head Teacher)
Students engage in the practices of making, performing and critically studying drama. Students learn to collaborate in a process where they explore, shape and symbolically represent imagination, ideas, feelings, attitudes, beliefs and their consequences. Students are given as many opportunities as possible to perform.
  • Year 7: all students
  • Year 8-10: mandatory Performing Arts line and/or as an elective course
  • Year 11-12 Drama
 Additional Activities
  • Showcase performances
  • Shakespeare Festival - at school and regional levels
  • Star Struck
  • Excursions to live performances and theatrical events
  • Organisation and participation in regional and state drama camps and drama festivals
  • Specialist workshops with visiting teachers
Special Features
  • Strong links with community theatre, Civic Theatre Newcastle, the Universities of Newcastle and New England.
  • Ongoing training of teachers at NIDA workshops and university.
  • Opportunities for students to participate in NIDA workshops both at school and at NIDA.
  • Teacher participation in community theatre.
  • Consistently outstanding HSC results.
  • Student performances consistently selected for On Stage.
  • Ongoing commitment to the use of technology in production.
  • Three specialist drama rooms.
  • Hunter Theatre.



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