They performed in front of the school for their Anti-Bullying performance and received a standing ovation.
They had their very own Music and Drama awards ceremony where old and new Drama and Music pupils were awarded trophies for all their hard work in productions, lessons and behind the scenes. This was followed by a fun disco with face paints and fancy dress.
They are now preparing for a big performance at The Senedd this December to celebrate 150 Years of Action for Children. Carol Iddon, Deputy CEO and Managing Director of Children’s Services will be visiting Headlands on Wednesday 9th October and will be spending time with the Drama group to check out their hard work for their Senedd performance.
Two pupils attended a weekend event called Life Hack with ValleysKids and The Welsh Millennium centre. Jayden, Chloe and Drama teacher Elisha Allen-Cope attended the event held at The Pop Factory in Porth. The students took part in networking, creative writing, dance and drama workshops. They worked with other drama pupils from around South Wales and performed with them for the afternoon. They spoke to professionals from the creative industry and got interviewed about the experience they’ve had through Headlands in the arts. We are looking forward to next years’ Life Hack.
Well done all