Year 10 Key Dates Term 6
- Written by Mrs C Rouse
We are so proud and excited to announce that, as of 8th May, we are now officially at the starting point of our exciting three year journey with our partner schools to revolutionise the teaching of Shakespeare in Thanet and beyond by “doing it on our feet, seeing it live and starting it early” — the three essential principles of active learning approaches in the RSC “Stand Up For Shakespeare” manifesto.
A huge well done to the KS4 Dancers for their amazing performance in the south east regional heat of the above competition! We had a super day and really enjoyed performing in the Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone, a first for us all. We narrowly missed out being placed in the top 3 unfortunately, but were professional and dedicated as ever.
After spending Last term studying it, Year 8’s will this morning watch a live broadcast straight from Stratford Upon Avon of the RSC’s Love Labours Won (Much Ado about Nothing)!