CREATING HUMAN SPACES: Drama, Theatre and Education

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The Seacole Building, Birmingham City University, City South Campus

Westbourne Road

Edgbaston

Birmingham

B15 3TN

United Kingdom

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Creating Human Spaces:

Drama, Theatre and Education

This day event is for teachers and practitioners with an interest in Drama, theatre and education. It engages them in forward-looking dialogue, exchange and network-building which responds to practice-based research from teachers engaged in the Drama MTL at Birmingham City University, and to evidence from a three-year project looking at the impact of Big Brum TIE’s work on young people and schools. It invites participants to consider practical ways in which they will help take these ideas forward as part of their own practice.

The evaluation project and event have been supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. This event is hosted in partnership by Big Brum with Birmingham City University.

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10.30 Registration and refreshments at The Seacole Building, BCU, City South Campus

11.00 Creating human spaces

  • Presentation - Chris Bolton and MTL students
  • Stimulus – Big Brum TIE

11.45 Workshops 1 -


Drama Studio:

  • Mental wellbeing and acedemic achievement - Stacy Brown
  • Overcoming the influences of mental health of our pupils - Colleen McGivern
  • Pride in Schools - Lee Samuels

Conference Hall

  • The impact of Theatre in Education on young people and schools - Ben Ballin/Big Brum
  • Talking point - embedding practical strategies for developing quality 'talk' in group settings - Ed Lee


12.45 Lunch


1.30 Workshops 2 –


Drama Studio:

  • Mental wellbeing and acedemic achievement - Stacy Brown
  • Overcoming the influences of mental health of our pupils - Colleen McGivern
  • Pride in Schools - Lee Samuels

Conference Hall:

  • KS3 schemes of work - ticking all the boxes* - Hattie Warren
  • Re-Becoming a drama teacher: recommedations, meanings and ways forward - Chris Bolton
  • The world of Drama - Orlagh Russell

* Please bring examples of KS3 Drama schemes of work to share during 'KS3 schemes of work - ticking all the boxes'



2.15 Workshops 3 – sharing and exploring research and evaluation evidence

Drama Studio:

  • The impact of Theatre in Education on young people and schools - Ben Ballin/Big Brum
  • Talking point - embedding practical strategies for developing quality 'talk' in group settings - Ed Lee

Conference Hall:

  • KS3 schemes of work - ticking all the boxes* - Hattie Warren
  • Re-Becoming a drama teacher: recommedations, meanings and ways forward - Chris Bolton
  • The world of Drama - Orlagh Russell



2.45 Plenary – looking to the future for Drama, Theatre and Education

  • Concluding words
  • Evaluation

3.30 Finish

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The Seacole Building, Birmingham City University, City South Campus

Westbourne Road

Edgbaston

Birmingham

B15 3TN

United Kingdom

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