GCSE DRAMA STUDENTS SEE A GHOST!

GCSE DRAMA STUDENTS SEE A GHOST!

On the evening of December 18th, GCSE Drama students visited Warwick University Arts Centre to watch a performance of Oscar Wilde’s “The Canterville Ghost”.

The play was being performed by ‘Tall Stories’ Theatre Company. Students were lucky enough to meet the cast members for a question and answer session after the performance. One of the questions on the exam paper this summer is about a performance the students have seen during the course – watching “The Canterville Ghost” and talking with the actors will help them when it comes to this.

We aim to prepare students to help them perform outstandingly in exams. Our Values are clear and lived by all our staff here at Barr’s Hill School:

Student’s First – all staff, governors and parents focused upon the education of all our students.

It’s about learning students, all staff, governors and parents focused upon developing and improving the learning of students.

No Barriers – no excuses, only support, to ensure students, all staff, governors and parents maximise the academic achievement of students whilst enabling them to develop and flourish as well rounded individuals.