Year 10 GCSE T.I.E Plays

Year 10 GCSE Drama students performed their Theatre in Education pieces to a selection of local Primary Schools. This is an annual event that is run at Fulston Manor School as part of the Year 10 assessments. These performances are the first opportunity for the students to perform to a live audience, so it was a nerve wracking experience for many of the students. The students had been given a range of theme options to choose from on the issues; Stranger Danger, Internet Safety and Bullying. The plays were designed to teach the young audiences about the dangers of these issues and how to avoid or deal with these particular situations. Theatre in Education performances are designed to get the audience involved through interaction from the performers, which proved to be a real success with the Primary School students. Over the course of the day 140 youngsters visited and they all seemed to really enjoy themselves and got involved as and when they were prompted. The Q&A session at the end prompted some great questions from the Primary School children. Milton Court, Lynsted and Norton and South Avenue Primary Schools were the schools who attended on the day. Mrs Faye Oliver, Senior Teacher at Lynsted and Norton Primary School, said, ”Thank you so much for inviting our school to today's year 10 performance. Your students did a fantastic job and my class really enjoyed themselves. Please can you pass on my congratulations to your students for the well thought out, well performed productions”.

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