Drama Networks – how we can support each other.

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How can it survive? Where are the specialists? What is the Ebacc going to do to us? Does the senior leadership value it other than the school production? It’s gone from Key stage 3. I can’t get enough students to warrant a class for A level.

Sound familiar?  Most Drama teachers are in a department on their own working tirelessly and feeling really dejected from all the negative media coverage of their subject. Where do you go for support when you are alone? Enter… Your local drama network. If you have one that is…

Over the last few weeks, through the powers of social media I have tracked down as many networks as I could from the connections I know of following a conversation with Kate Nash and Rosalind Johnson.

If we are to make change we have to see what is happening out there.

I want this blog post to…

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