This qualification provides a strong foundation for learners to progress to Higher Education and equips learners for progression into the workplace. Student’s progress to study Drama and Theatre at University or onto a vocational training programme at a Drama school or in the Performing Arts industry.
Drama and Theatre A level students’ progress successfully to both University and Drama School institutions. Drama and Theatre students are currently studying Drama at a range of Higher Education institutions including Russell Group Universities such as Leeds, Birmingham, Warwick and Manchester. Drama A level can help students who are high achieving, building confidence, independence and creativity. Many employers now actively seek out Drama graduates. Ex- Aquinas students work directly in the creative industries and trace the igniting of their creativity back to experiences studying Drama at Aquinas. Past students have moved into varied drama careers including: acting, directing theatre design, and stage managers.
Students will be required to participate in the
workshops, trips and visits to see companies in
Manchester, Salford and beyond that are an integral
part of the course. Students will be cast in a full scale
theatre production at Aquinas in the theatre as a