Help shape the future of digital education

Calling all teachers – National Drama and C&T need your ideas about the future of technology in the classroom.

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ND Response to State Secretary Gavin Williamson’s Proposal to Slash Higher Education Funding to Performing Arts and C1.2 Subjects

National Drama is appalled by and extremely critical of the government’s latest proposal to halve funding to drama, music and creative academic subjects at higher education level.

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Patron Jessica Hynes visits Drama students via Zoom – A visiting industry specialist and what it does to morale

Last month, Drama students at The Stonehenge School were lucky enough to have a Zoom visit with ND Patron, actor Jessica Hynes.

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National Drama are presenting at the ASPIRE: The Power of the Arts to Transform Learners’ Lives Conference

National Drama are thrilled to be presenting a session at the ASPIRE conference – An international, online festival of education to promote the power of the Arts to inspire, unite, cheer, challenge and heal.

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Mitchell’s Wings

The author of Mitchell’s Wings, Johnny Carrington, whose book was reviewed in the recent issue of Drama magazine, has offered a 10% discount for members on sales of the book.

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NEW CPD event – Free Q&A with Matthew Nichols

Booking is now open for National Drama’s next secondary Drama CPD event, which is free for members and non-members- A Q&A with Drama education specialist and author, Matthew Nichols, Saturday 13th February, 10-11am.

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National Drama Response: Review of Post-16 Qualifications at Level 3

Read National Drama’s response to the Post-16 Qualifications at Level 3 Consultation here. We also encourage all members to submit their own response to the consultation, further information and links can be found here.

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National Theatre Drama Teacher Conference

National Drama have submitted questions for the Performing in a Pandemic Panel at the NT Drama Teacher Conference, which will be held online 15-20th February 2021.

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Philip Taylor: 1959 – 2020

Philip Taylor died on June 19, 2020, aged 60. Passionate about his work, Philip supported his colleagues just as he had been well nourished by his encouraging teachers.

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Aine Lark

It is with a heavy and sad heart that I write to inform members, friends, patrons and Drama and Education people that Aine Lark, our ND Chair, has died. Our thoughts and loving condolences are with her husband Al, her family in Belfast and beyond, and her many friends and colleagues.

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Supporting a safe return to School in September

With the arrival of a new term comes the familiar mix of Excitement and Last Minute Panics. Perhaps you are trying to remember your school login or where you left your school planner?

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Sir Ken Robinson

Incredible educationalist who will be greatly missed. He leaves a legacy which will inspire teachers for generations to come. Thank you Sir Ken Robinson for …

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