We are delighted to introduce our 2024 Programme for kaiako and ākonga.
On behalf of the artists and everyone behind the scenes we welcome you and your ākonga to a year of extraordinary experiences in 2024.EXPLORE THE PRODUCTIONS
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Watching live theatre can contribute to ākonga's understanding of theatre form, inspire drama creation or performance and hone their ability to respond to theatre in an embodied and theoretical way.
From 2024 the refreshed NCEA Level One will be implemented. Achievement Standard 1.4 requires ākonga to respond to live theatre. This assessment will be a report that may be done at any point in the year and submitted for marking in October. Year 11/Level One can have more flexibility about when they see Live Theatre and aren't constrained by the exam period.
The integrated approach of the refreshed NCEA means that responding to live theatre, creation of drama and unpacking plays in the Theatre Aotearoa cannon can be taught as part of a rich programme of work.
To explore how Auckland Theatre Company can support your drama programme, contact ATC’s Head of Learning and Participation, Sam Phillips on [email protected].
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ATC Creative Learning receives Principal Funding from Creative New Zealand and Auckland Council and Core Funding from Foundation North. ATC Creative Learning thanks ATC Patrons and ATC Supporting Acts for their ongoing generosity.
If you're a teacher who wants to engage with our programme, a young person who wants to get involved, or an artist who wants to work with us, contact Head of Learning & Participation, Sam: [email protected]
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