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Trinity Graded Examination (Level 3)

  • Course Level: Misc. Funded
  • Duration: 1 Year
  • Start date: September 2012
  • Qualification: Certificate
  • Awarded By: Trinity & Guildhall

Introduction to course

Trinity Drama can be studied alongside all four A Level subjects. Trinity Drama is an accredited course offering extra UCAS points for students' examined practical work. It is two hours per week and it does not require written course work.

If students choose Trinity Drama, they would have the opportunity to study and enjoy learning with the support of highly skilled teachers in an excellently equipped theatre. The theatre has a sprung floor and state of the art lighting system with changing rooms and lockers.

Course Details

Students study chosen monologues and duologues from well known plays. They learn about basic skills of acting and develop their characterisation skills to an advanced level by the end of the year. The course provides students with the opportunity to explore acting styles from various methods and approaches of performance. Students also develop their improvisation skills by doing various activities in pairs and groups.

Entry Requirements

College entry requirements apply.

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Where the course lead

Since the course provides students with basic acting skills, it can help lead to a place in higher education or to youth work, theatre in education work and acting work.

This course combines well with

All subjects, this is ideal for students studying performance subjects as an extra qualification.

Course Assessment

It is assessed by an external examiner by the end of the year.

Course Progression

Students who wish to study in university, can use the extra UCAS points of the course together with their A Level grades to do so.


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