The Performance faculty offers all students a safe and happy environment that fosters the chance to develop holistically using practical and cognitive approaches ensuring they achieve their full educational potential and celebrate all successes. Students are motivated to excel in numerous roles providing themselves with an independent and thorough knowledge and understanding of their learning, ensuring they gain the key skills and awareness required in a diverse and global society of today. The faculty constantly strives for pupils to understand the values of confidence, respect and friendship and the benefits these moral areas can cultivate a greater appreciation of all aspects of Performance subjects.
All our highly trained teaching and non-teaching staff offer a wide range of skills that look to further the learning of every pupil inside and outside the classroom. We offer a high quality structured extra-curricular programme that develops pupils to take part in various aspects of performance whether representing schools in our sports teams or an artistic approach in our choirs, dramatic productions and art exhibitions.
Head of Performance: Mr J Bullock
Mrs Erica Squire (Drama)
Mrs Clare Hodge (Art)
Mrs Sarah Gloyne (Music)
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For three nights in March , over 80 students from the first school through to sixth form were involved in our biaanual full school production. Following the success of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in 2016, a team of staff and students worked on the staging of Disney’s Beauty and The Beast.
This was an ambitious and complex production requiring the largest cast and crew of any production to date and the results were spectacular. A dazzling array of performances and costumes, accompanied by an orchestra of nearly 20 players set the scene for this retelling of the classic fairytale.
Preparation for the show began in September 2017 when, over the course of 5 weeks, we auditioned over 200 students for the lead roles, and from the start of Rehearsals in November, the cast worked hard to learn a multitude of roles which included dance and movement.
The principles performed to a standard far beyond their age and were a testament to the level of talent that we have at Scarisbrick Hall School. A special mention must be made of Molly Hunter (Belle), Max Nolan (Beast), Lewis Bell (Gaston), Lily Stevenson Black (Lefou) and Louis Hadfied (Lumiere).
This production marked the final performance of Sam Rigby (Maurice) in year 13 after appearing in numerous productions since arriving at Scarisbrick Hall being an ambassador for the Performing Arts at Scarisbrick.
On behalf of the Performing Arts team, I would like to thank all the staff, students and parents who worked so hard to make this production the success that it was.