Drama students should be open-minded, co-operative, and dedicated. The Drama curriculum enables students to access a wide variety of future training and careers, and encourages students to develop a variety of transferable skills which are valued in many walks of life, including teamwork, self-confidence, and the ability to communicate effectively.
The course enables students to nurture their practical talents, whilst also expanding their written abilities. The wonderful thing about Drama is it combines both written and oral communication, and prompts students to utilise their imagination to create engaging performances.
Drama encourages self-discipline, adaptability, flexibility, and forces students to trust their own ideas, but also listen to others. These skills are extremely valued in the workplace, and highly sought by employers.