CTS:ONLINE

Thanks so much for all your support and patience as we have been navigating the online world and working out how best to serve the young people of our community in these unprecedented times.

We think, and hope, we have put together a programme of events and workshops, on a number of different platforms, that will allow all CTS students to engage in a way which works for them.

If you have any questions or require further information please email us on
ctswelcome@gmail.com

CTS:Challenges

We will be launching a weekly CTS: CHALLENGE via all of our social media platforms - Facebook and Instagram. These will be fun filled drama based activities for all students and any family members who want to join in!

These can be done when and where works best for you and if you would like to share your creativity we are opening a PRIVATE Facebook group ONLY for current CTS members so any contributions will not be public.

CTS:LIVE

We will be hosting CTS: LIVE via Zoom at 10am for a 1 hour workshop

with the friendly faces of two members of our usual CTS staff.

 

Each week will have a different focus and will initially be open to the whole school. If uptake is popular we will split into separate sessions for each age group in the weeks to fol-

low.

CTS: Masterclasses

We will be going live soon with CTS: MASTERCLASS, a series of drama masterclasses covering a wide range of

aspects of theatre and performance on Google Classroom. You do not need to have any prior experience or knowledge of any of the masterclass topics to take part - the Master bit of this is the teacher, sharing with you a particular area of ex-pertise or training they have!

 

Students can sign up to as few or as many of the Masterclasses that interest them, watch specially prepared videos from CTS Staff and Guest teachers and take part in practical activities to enhance your skills.

These will be closed classrooms so any work shared within them will only be seen by the participants of that particular

workshop.

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