Trinity Drama lunchtime chats

Posted by Kate Attard on 18 May 2020

Topic: Drama, online, remote delivery

You may have seen that we have been promoting a weekly lunchtime webinar chat on social media where we hear how organisations have been adapting their drama teaching and learning over the last few weeks.

Here we give a roundup of the webinars that have taken place recently (with instructions on how you can access the recordings) as well as details of other upcoming lunchtime sessions.

Upcoming sessions to register for:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. All webinars take place at 12.30pm.

Thursday 21 May -  Dance School of Scotland
This week we are joined by Graham Dickie, Artistic Director of Musical Theatre at The Dance School of Scotland who will talk us through his approach to continuing to deliver remotely.

Catch up with previous sessions

You can also catch up with our previous webinars and find useful related links shared during the sessions.

Shelley Lowry School of Speech and Drama

We were joined by Shelley Lowry from Shelley Lowry School of Speech and Drama to discuss how she is continuing to deliver her classes online using Zoom.

Access the recording here

Goldolphin & Latymer

We were joined by Lindsay Tricker, Head of Speech and Drama at Trinity Champion Centre, Godolphin & Latymer School who discussed how she is continuing to deliver her classes online using Google Classroom.

Access the recording here

The Kingswood School

We spoke to Catherine Nash, Head of Drama at The Kingswood School in Bath, an independent co-educational all-through day and boarding school. Catherine is one of the founders of Open Drama and No Nonsense Drama, which was a Music and Drama Expo Awards finalist 2020. We chatted about how she has adapted her drama teaching in light of Covid-19, and some of her hints, tips and things to avoid.

Some useful links shared during the webinar

Access the recording here

The Clarendon Academy

We spoke to Ali Warren, Head of Drama at The Clarendon Academy in Trowbridge, a co-educational 11-18 comprehensive academy. Ali is one of the founders of Open Drama and No Nonsense Drama, which was a Music and Drama Expo Awards finalist 2020. Ali is also the Trinity Drama Public Centre Representative for Bath. We chatted about how she has adapted her drama teaching in light of Covid-19, and share some of her hints, tips and things to avoid.

Some useful links shared during the webinar

Access the recording here