At Trinity we believe that everyone should have the opportunity for personal growth through the arts. We acknowledge and celebrate the arts throughout the academic year and provide a framework for artistic teaching and effective learning.
Drama is an energetic, vibrant and growing department offering exciting creative and performance opportunities for all pupils at Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4 and A Level. Our aim is to Realise the students' artistic intentions and support their development within the subject. We provide these for our students so they can build their own personal artistic responses and be creative in a supportive environment.
All students begin their creative journey in the department at Year 7 by actively participating in practical and theoretical lessons which range from cultural, historical and social exploration of topics from Shakespeare to 21 Century play text. Students’ progressive learning of a wide range of skills and techniques continue to be developed in Years 8 and 9. All students develop their performance skills during the term where they share their work with their peers through performance assessments in our Theatre space. Students have the opportunity to progress into GCSE and A Level.
Our Drama programme also includes our vast extra-curricular opportunities to get involved with a variety of activities which include our Whole School Musicals.
- Trinity Theatre Youth Group
- Musical Theatre Club
- Whole School Musical
- Theatre Visits
- Drama and Theatre Master Classes
On Tuesday 1st October, Trinity played host to a large number of Year 6 pupils and their families who were invited to come to see our school.
On 11th July, Y10 GCSE Drama pupils took part in a workshop focused on their Live Theatre Review - Skellig.
On June 19th, Year 10 Drama pupils attended a workshop by Director Gloria Lowe on her play Letters from the Front.
On 12th June, Years 10 and 12 went to the theatre to see One Night In Miami, a play by American-born Kemp Powers.
During the season of Lent, a group of twenty pupils helped perform a presentation of the Stations of the Cross.
On April 4th, Y10 Drama students went to Nottingham Playhouse to see a new production of the play Skellig.
Trinity's whole school show, Oliver!, was performed by a large cast over three nights in February.
Steve Stickley of Footprints Theatre treated Trinity's Year 9 pupils to a superb performance of the memorable play The Midnight Truce.
Musical Set and Props For Hire
Trinity School is renowned for its dedication to the Arts and the opportunity for our talented pupils to perform. The annual Whole School Show is one arena in which students and teachers can show their skills both onstage and in design, set construction and technical support.
We are now able to offer for hire or for sale, the sets and props, including some costumes, we have designed and constructed.
If you would like to hire or buy any of the set, props or costumes please contact Miss S White, Head of Drama at The Trinity Catholic School, Nottingham on 0115 929 6252.
Photos of the Sets and Props