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By Jane Bowerspecialist in art, drama and dance

Let your children take centre stage with two action-packed drama sessions – the circus and the seaside!

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Whether you teach drama regularly or consider yourself a non-specialist, this new series aims to provide all teachers with practical and manageable drama ideas for use with KS1 classes. This month the focus is on holidays and entertainment.

Planning

As with all lessons, start off by deciding what it is that you want the children to learn from the drama, and plan accordingly. What do you want your children to experience, and why?

A good drama session should give opportunities for the children to work together – and through their collaborations, learn to appreciate each other’s abilities and strengths.

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