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Level 3 Programme: A Level and BTEC Courses
Drama and Theatre
AS/A Level
Our ethos is really important to us; we’re here as artists and practitioners to work alongside and to encourage and develop
young artists and practitioners. The course aims to develop your understanding and your appreciation of theatre and drama as powerful tools in the examination of human interaction, and to respond in a personal and creative way. We offer a unique development programme with the aim of creating a  rst class performance preparation training course that is underpinned by academic rigour and depth of re ection. You will be challenged to work to professional standards of creative collaboration. You will analyse and evaluate performances, published- texts and your own practice, developing your understanding of the social and historical context of drama and theatre in performance. You will study a range of key theatrical practitioners and apply their theories
to your own practical work whilst honing your performance skills
and advancing your craft. Regular theatre visits are a vital part of this course. We are a department of collaboration, creation and innovation and as a drama student you will be involved in the lively artistic life
of the College as a ClassAction practitioner. A mature and committed approach is required, and there are high expectations of students on this course, with the opportunity to perform with the best at the very highest level.
Students from this course have been successful in progressing to RADA, Bristol Old Vic, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Lamda, GSA, East 15, Drama Centre, Mountview, Arts Ed, Birds, Performers, LABAN, The Place, Urdang.
Additional Entry Requirements
Grade 4 in English and Drama with experience of performance and/or production. You need a genuine interest in performance/theatre.
Examined performance/practical work, externally assessed coursework and  nal external exam.
Further course information can be found at:
AS/A Level
The subject is normally divided into microeconomics and macroeconomics, both of which involve debate on areas of current affairs. Microeconomics looks at problems as they affect individuals and companies. What do we spend our money on? Should we have
a National Minimum Wage? Why are nurses and teachers so poorly paid? Why is Wayne Rooney paid so well? What can be done to reduce carbon emissions? What should be the role of the state in a mixed economy? Macroeconomics looks at the big economic issues facing the government. How can we reduce high levels of unemployment? How much of a problem is Government Borrowing? What is the best role for the Bank of England? What is the future of the Eurozone? What are the bene ts and drawbacks of being in the European Union? What can we do to take advantage of the growing Chinese economy? How concerned should we be about de ation? What role should government play in regulating  nancial markets?
Additional Entry Requirements
Grade 4 in English and a Grade 6 in Maths is recommended. You should also have an interest in current affairs.
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