NCEA Level 1 Drama

Subject Description

Teacher in Charge: Miss A. Burt

Drama improves communication skills, lateral thinking, team building, creativity and imagination, and self-confidence, and its principles can be applied to a wide range of work environments and management skills.

Students will select and use Elements, Techniques, Conventions and Technologies associated with drama to create form and meaning in their own and others work.

Research, evaluation and analysis will also be used to refine ideas within a range of forms to develop individual and ensemble performances.




NCEA Level 2 Drama

Job options include but are not limited to:
• Actor
• Community arts worker
• Dancer
• Drama therapist
• Music producer
• Music therapist
• Theatre director
• Arts administrator
• Broadcast presenter
• Film director
• Further education teacher
• Higher education lecturer
• Secondary school teacher
• Theatre stage manager
• Playwright
• Lighting administrator
• Sound administrator
• Wardrobe/costume administrator/designer
• Set/stage designer
• Properties management
• Make-up and hair