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Direct links to drama school courses and careers in Performing Arts.
In addition to the performing arts sector-specific content, this qualification provides learners with the opportunity to develop all-round performance skills and transferable skills such as self-confidence, self-presentation, personal discipline, time management and organisational skills, which are highly regarded by higher education and employers. Other skills essential for further study include research, independent learning, extended writing, sourcing, evaluating information and drawing conclusions, which are delivered in the components of the course.
A Level Dance can lead to degree courses in Dance, Performing Arts and Education. Professional performance work, community work and therapy courses, Dance business, choreographer, entertainment industry, Dance Science, personal trainer, media and Dance. It is also highly regarded as an A Level of interest when looking at professional careers outside of the Performing Arts sector, these include; Law, Computer programming, English Literature, the Gaming industry & Journalism.
Whatever you choose to do next, A Level Drama and Theatre Studies will equip you with the drive, confidence, skills and experience for a successful future. Students have gone on to Drama Schools to study Theatre Studies and Performing Arts at University, Acting, Directing, Technical Support, Digital Theatre.
Students who have studied A Level Music follow a wide range of career paths including:
Music A Level also teaches a wide range of transferable skills
eg confidence, organisation, perseverance, presentation skills etc.