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article review questions Performing Arts is taught in the school by a team of Arts enthusiasts who specialise in either Drama or Dance. We aim to develop each pupil's theatrical understanding, appreciation and passion for the Performing Arts.

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see The department offers a wide range of extracurricular activities including KS3 and KS4 Dance and Drama Club. Throughout the academic year several local events including the Lancashire Schools Dance Festival are attended well by our students who give outstanding performances. Close partnerships with Ludas Dance, Burnley Youth Theatre and St. Mary’s College, Blackburn give our students wider opportunities to develop their confidence and stage craft from Year 7.

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get link Year 7:    Intro to basics of Dance, African Dance, Using a stimulus for Dance
Year 8:    James Bond, Thriller, Swansong – professional work
Year 9:    Introduction to Contemporary Dance, Dance Tek Warriors, Stomp - Use of props in Dance get link Drama Year 7:    Intro to Drama skills, The Island – devising Drama, Dartwood Manor - Physical Theatre
Year 8:    Frank Miller – use of props, Joyriding – exploring social issues, Our Day Out – script work
Year 9:    Using stimulus to create Drama, Brecht, Script work - Pendle Witches click Key Stage 4 GCSE Dance

see Students who opt for Dance at GCSE study the AQA specification. The course is divided up as follows:
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source link 2015 Exam Results:  Drama A*-C 71%  Dance A*-C 63%

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