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KS3 Show 2016 STEAM

10 June 2016

This year APS’s KS3 production was based on the concept of STEM.

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths and with the added bonus of the Arts, we came up with our slightly mysterious title of STEAM.

We had a range of talented directors for this performance from the Drama, Science, P.E and Maths departments, with each one brining their own knowledge and artistic style to the piece. We were also lucky enough to have a wonderful display of KS3 work from the departments available for our audience to peruse.

The stars of the show though were undoubtedly our KS3 students themselves who worked hard to bring together a magical performance in only a few short weeks on complex and difficult topics.  They really pulled out all the stops entertaining us with 5 very different and engaging performances, and on top of that I think that audience also managed to learn a few things about science and maths along the way.

This was a wonderful way to end the year and a huge congratulations to all who were involved. 

Cat Sargent | Head of Drama