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INTERMEDIATE CURRICULUM (AGES 10-13)

Semester 1: September - January
Skill-building and mini show

From September to January, Intermediate students begin by building their skills in class, through theatre games, exercises and focused masterclasses. They will then apply these newfound skills in their first production: their January mini-show, which is presented to parents and families in class at the end of the term.

The mini-show is all about building the team and honing the performance skills of the actors. No props, costumes, lights or sound: the show follows the rules of "Poor Theatre", with the emphasis on the quality of acting and the focus of its performers.

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Semester 2: January - June
Intermediates' Show

With the mini-show performed and the group bonded, we prepare for the Inters' big show at the end of the year. Now that their core skills have been honed, students get access to costume, props and all the bells and whistles of a big show.

All the intermediate groups come together to perform one big, full-length show in a big theatre. Each group takes on a section of the play with their teacher, under the guidance of a project director, keeping all the groups going in the same direction. The show is performed twice, giving all parents and families the chance to see it, and giving the students the chance to learn from their first performance and apply their lessons in the second.

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES

LAMDA Exams

September to December

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LAMDA exams are an accredited qualification in theatre and dramatic arts, examined by one of the UK's top drama schools, the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).

Every year, EYT prepares over 100 students for their LAMDA exams, from the ages of 6 to 18. As they begin their LAMDA journey, students can learn to perform short monologues and poems, working their way up to classic texts and complex modern works when they reach the higher grades.

There are exams in Acting, Verse and Prose, Shakespeare, and many more! These qualifications contribute points to your UCAS application for British universities, and are recognised worldwide as valuable experience which can added to your CV or university application!

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Holiday Workshops

November, February, Easter and Summer holidays

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Join us on our fabulous theatre and film workshops, where you can learn to improve your performance skills, build your confidence and make lots of new friends! During the week, students will get a taste of a range of theatre skills, play lots of games, and take part in their very own show at the end of the week, or make a short film in a week!

Our workshops for the 2024-25 season will take place at the beautiful north campus of Bogaerts International School, near the NATO Headquarters in Evere. Find out exact dates and how to sign up below!

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