SMSC in Performing Arts

Through Performing Arts, both Music and Drama focus on people, their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Every task or project within the faculty expects students to consider their own thoughts and responses or consider other people’s thoughts in relation to different situations.

Much of the work in the faculty focuses on the personal development of students, looking at how they can develop as mature, young adults being confident within themselves. This can be through lessons or extra-curricular activities, involvement in projects outside of the classroom including outside workshops, visits or external master-classes. We encourage young people to explore, consider, analyse and create ideas of how to improve themselves both in and beyond lessons.

We run many programmes that encourage pupils to take on extra responsibility to develop themselves as confident individuals who can work well with others, some projects that run are:

  • Radio Team
  • School Musical
  • The Performing Arts Committee
  • The Pantomime
  • Stage Management training
  • Lighting Technician training
  • Sound Technician training


Arrow Vale Radio







Panto - December 2014 







Vocal Pyramid Performance - February 2015







AV's Got Talent - February 2015








We Will Rock You - March 2015








Drama is life with the dull bits cut out. - Alfred Hitchcock

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