Managing the socially-distanced drama classroom
We are nearly at the end of the strangest summer term we have ever known. And I know that most of us are really concerned about how drama will look in the new year.
We will be running a series of webinars in the autumn term on Managing the Socially Distanced Classroom. They will be a mixture of CPD, Discussion Sessions and Practical & Interactive where you get a chance to join in!
N-Act will also be returning ‘live’ with some wonderfully socially-distanced performances in the Autumn term – as soon as we are allowed to visit! First port of call will be Essex and London.
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Sharon and the wonderfully creative N-Act team explore some tough topics that empower children to help themselves stay mentally well and physically safe. I couldn’t recommend them highly enough.
An absolutely brilliant play which was so relevant. As I said to you, youngsters aren’t going to listen to teachers and politicians but they may listen to organisations such as yourselves.
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