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Drama: Student leadership

Facilitating Year 12 in their CAS work has provided opportunities for our students to grow in confidence and ability as they lead and direct younger students in Drama.

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Every year St Andrews International School Bangkok facilitate Year 12 students in their CAS work through our productions and clubs. This year also sees many of our talented and dedicated students in Year 10 taking on directorial roles in A Christmas Carol. They are working with students in KS3 to create scenes for the immersive performance in December. These brilliant Year 10s are demonstrating excellent leadership skills and commitment to the arts. The skills they will learn through adopting these roles will be transferable throughout their future education and careers. Many of these students have lead roles in Aladdin too so are showing their dedication on the stage and behind the scenes.

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Aladdin showcases talent from every year group, some students on the stage and some behind in technical roles. It is exciting seeing students develop skills that will support them across their subjects and into the real world of work and further education. The students have already demonstrated excellent commitment and energy in rehearsals understanding that they are ‘triple threats’ working in drama, dance and music.

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