The Pre – Primaries

In the second half of Term One the Pre-Primary children have been building a variety of drama skills including listening and responding skills, developing verbal and movement skills via “Acting Out” several different stories – including one to music, participating in a variety of speech and breathing exercises as well as learning to become more spatially and audience aware. Here the children can be seen; “Acting Out” a tale called “Pete the Cat” and portraying different sea creatures in a short story set to music.

Pete the Cat – Looking for the good in every day

 

Being Sea Creatures

Year One

The Year One children are continuing to have fun developing their drama skills. They have been participating in role-play, speech and movement activities as well as small group and whole class improvisations. Here the children can be seen; Participating in a whole class improvisation about a Sand Sculpture Competition and another play about a day out at an imaginary boat harbor; and also creating a short scene with a partner or small group which they later performed for the rest of the class.

Congratulating on winning!
Creating a short scene in small groups

 

 

 

 

 

“There is lots to see here and do!”

And the Year Twos……

The Year Two children are developing and improving their voice, characterization and performance skills. They are also learning to work effectively as a team. Here the children can be seen; Digging in the garden in a role-play activity and participating in a whole class improvisation set in an ant nest called “Too Much Cake!”. They can also be seen rehearsing a short scene, created in pairs or small groups.

“There is lots of work to do!”
Creating and rehearsing a scene
Role-Play – Digging in the garden

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