We are proud to say that we have an outstanding history of Performing Arts here at The Hayfield School. Many of our past students work in radio, television and theatre and a number have attended Drama schools in London.
During your Performing Arts lessons we aim to inspire your imagination, to encourage you to work well and communicate with others and to provide opportunities for you to explore the world through a range of fun, active lessons.
The subject will mainly focus on the following disciplines:
Performance – Music, Drama, Dance
Production – Composition, Devising, Choreography, Original Writing, Stage Management
Enrichment / Extra-Curriculum
For all students we aim to use the Performing Arts as a tool to help develop confident, creative individuals. The skills that they develop will help them to achieve elsewhere in their school life and beyond. For some students the Performing Arts – whether as a musician, actor or dancer – will become a life-long passion fuelled by the exciting formative experiences we offer.
Performing Arts is taught as a discreet subject, by specialist staff for one full hour per week. Pupils start with an introduction to the core skills of Music, Dance and Drama including;
The topics students may encounter and explore throughout the key stage include;
Performing Arts at KS3 is predominantly practical but written and line learning homework as well as individual rehearsal will be set when appropriate.
Year 7 and 8 Wednesday Lunch time club (Subject to change)
Year 9, 10, 11 Monday and Tuesday Lunch time Club (Subject to change)
All years after school club is on a Thursday 3:30pm – 4:45pm (Subject to change)