Drama

The arts of all kinds are a real jewel in the crown at Hallfield, and there are endless opportunities for our pupils to take part and succeed in a wide variety of creative co-curricular activities. At Hallfield, we participate in many productional plays that children will have the opportunity to be a part of. Your child will be able to learn through various drama classes and activities throughout their time at Hallfield. Our drama subject allows pupils to join a more diverse, accomplished, and collaborative community.

These experiences from drama can often ignite a future, life-long passion – granting Hallfieldians a lasting gift which will nurture them for years to come.

 

Why Choose Our Drama Co-Curricular Activities?

As part of this commitment to a broader curriculum, each year we offer a range of opportunities for Hallfieldians to take part in a range of musical, dance or dramatic performances. We provide Hallfieldians with drama activities in order to develop key transferable skills at a young age so it will support them and help them to qualify and excel in many specialised roles in the future. From assemblies and plays to improvisation and detailed choreographic productions, we put together an inspiring set of theatrical productions for the children to enjoy. In addition to this, our drama activities and classes are all supported by specialist teaching staff.

Recent productions have included A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Pirates with Molly on Board, Wizard of Oz and Hamlet.

If your child would like to take part in our drama co-curricular activities or if you would like to enrol your child into Hallfield School, then please get in touch with us. We would be more than delighted to assist you.

You can find more information about our admissions process and our fees here.

Alternatively, you can call us on 0121 454 1496 or you can email us at office@hallfieldschool.co.uk.

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