On Wednesday 25th January, National Drama spoke at the House of Lords at the Children’s Media and Arts APPG, to fiercely represent Drama along with other Drama representatives, young people, and Baroness Floella Benjamin.
Frantic Assembly, in association with National Drama, visited Coombe Boys’ School on Friday 18th March 2022 for World Theatre Day for Children & Young People, …
National Drama, the UK’s leading subject association for Drama, extends its support and solidarity to all of our colleagues in Ukraine: drama and theatre teachers, university researchers and performers in all fields of drama and theatre education.
The recent White Paper from the government includes some interesting policy changes some of which have implications for National Drama. Some of the decisions offer a ‘little hope’ that National Drama will be a more influential force in providing teachers and schools with much-needed guidance and accessible and relevant resources.
This e-bulletin contains important news and updates about our work at the International Drama/Theatre Education Association, as well as our activities and invitations to IDEA events.
National Drama has this week written to the Rt Hon. Nick Gibb, MP to express our disappointment that the Arts Premium will not be allocated to schools in September 2021 as promised.