Aims of the project
An opportunity for the girls to: a) Create drama for a specific audience b) to use new techniques and styles of performance c) to think on their feet.
Time: the girls must ensure that the project is ready for its audience on a specific date
Both our girls and the pupils in outreach schools
Background and goals
Nick and Irma Jones did a similar project in their previous school.
Just a minibus
Yes there is an assesment which is doine at the end.
Here are testimonials from the pupils and staff
Comments from pupils.
“I loved every single bit of it.” Sam Ridgway
“Drama is the best.” Jackson Jay
“It was Awesome.” Olivia Reeves
“Funny, lovely and exhilarating.” Harry Sonsino
“I enjoyed working with the girls from Shrewsbury High School because they were inspiring.” Megan Bowers
“I didn’t like it, I Ioved it.” Max Jones
“I loved being a part of it.” Tyler Wilson
“I learnt how to improve my drama skills.” Scarlett Rivett
“I didn’t know how well I could act.” Mitchell Edwards
“It taught me to be a bit more confident.” Estelle Stevens
“The best thing I have done all year.” Elliott Dudley
“I didn’t want it to end” Ben Owen
“It taught me to be less afraid in front of a large audience.” George English
“I didn’t think I could do it but I did!” Charlotte Sidaway
“I gained more confidence performing in front people” Alfie Palmer
“I really loved Millie’s Marvellous Adventures.” Abigail Bennett.
Comment from teachers:
“A really rewarding experience for the children of St George’s Junior. Great to see so many children engaged and loving drama. Thank you.” Mr Nick Russell
Year 10 pupils from SHS working with primary aged pyupils in year 5 and 6 of both genders.
the tour also goes to St Georges Primary school and to the SHS Prep School with the tour
Frequency and duration
Annual event since 2013