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|Description||Write an Opera is a professional development programme for teachers. Following an intensive residential course in August, teachers lead an in-school project where the students devise and stage their own opera from scratch. Write an Opera equips teachers with the skills, resources and inspiration to support students’ learning across the curriculum through the arts and creativity|
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Write an Opera has been recognised by the Socrates Comenius In-Service Education Programme for Teachers as a 'quality provider' of INSET. The programme is based on a co-creation approach, which is designed to boost creativity, confidence, teamwork and independent learning amongst participants.
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Each organisation will receive two free follow-up workshops as well as a year-round offer of phone and online support from the Royal Opera House. Schools who participate in Write an Opera may also receive additional opportunities such a priority booking to Schools' Matinees.
The programme takes place over 8 days as part of a residential course. A typical day on the Write an Opera course is extremely full and busy, but also very fun and varied with a wide range of workshops including drama, music, design, lighting and singing. Workshops run throughout the day from 9am – 6pm (with regular tea breaks, and a lunch break). Most days also include an evening session that runs after dinner, approximately 7.30 – 9pm.
This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.